Medicaid expansion still uncertain for Colorado

Under the law, Medicaid will be expanded to cover individuals who earn about $15,400 or less each year, which is 138 percent of the federal poverty line. Current income limits in Colorado depend on several factors, but can be as low as about $1,100 a year. (Denver Post file) Photo by
Under the law, Medicaid will be expanded to cover individuals who earn about $15,400 or less each year, which is 138 percent of the federal poverty line. Current income limits in Colorado depend on several factors, but can be as low as about $1,100 a year. (Denver Post file) Photo by
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