DENVER -- Coloradans want their health care. The proof coming from a new federal report placing Colorado fifth in the country for state-run health care exchanges.
More than 85,000 Coloradoans have signed up for private insurance through Connect for Health Colorado and more than half of those who have enrolled also qualified for tax credits to lower their monthly premiums.
March 31 is the end of what's called "open enrollment," a time period that was established for individuals and families to buy health coverage for 2014. Patty Fontneau, who is the executive director for Connect for Health Colorado, has more.