Press Releases

  • Monday, September 9, 2019

    Local, State Leaders Cheer Individual Peak Health Alliance Health Insurance Plans 47% Decrease in 2020 over 2019 Plans

    SUMMIT COUNTY - Following today’s announcement from Governor Jared Polis and the Colorado Division of Insurance (DOI), part of the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA), announced that premiums for individual health insurance plans from Peak Health Alliance in Summit County will see decreases ranging from 39 to 47 percent state, and local officials along with health care experts reacted to the news.
  • Monday, September 9, 2019

    Summit County Residents Individual Health Insurance Plans to See Up to 47% Decrease in 2020 over 2019 Plans

    KEYSTONE - Today, Governor Jared Polis and the Colorado Division of Insurance (DOI), part of the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA), announced that premiums for individual health insurance plans from Peak Health Alliance in Summit County will see decreases ranging from 39 to 47 percent compared to last year’s premiums. These decreases include savings from the state’s newly-passed reinsurance program, which is already bringing down premiums in mountain communities by an average of 29 percent.
  • Friday, September 6, 2019

    Statement from Governor Jared Polis on Failed Recall Efforts

    DENVER - Gov. Jared Polis released the following statement: “After all that fuss, I was pleasantly surprised that they didn’t turn in a single signature on the recall. I hope the remaining misguided efforts against others see the same results as Tom Sullivan’s did before. Recalls should not be used for partisan gamesmanship. “Yesterday I was in Rifle, last week I was in Ignacio, Cortez, and Durango, and next week I’ll be in Trinidad and Lamar. Across the state, people are so excited that kids everywhere are able to attend kindergarten free of charge, and that for the first time in history, health insurance rates are going down more than 18% next year. Mom and pop stores across the state are already benefiting from our tax cut that reduced taxes for 144,000 small and medium-sized businesses across our state. “Now that this sideshow is over, I will continue to focus my full attention on building upon our bipartisan success with kindergarten and saving money on health care. For my nine months in office I’ve held regular meetings with Republican and Democratic legislative leadership, and after the remaining recall efforts fail I plan on inviting both sides to a joint bipartisan leadership meeting to discuss how together we can improve our schools, reduce our traffic, and save people even more money on health care. Let's see what amazing things we can do for Colorado, together.”
  • Wednesday, September 4, 2019

    Gov. Polis Issues Executive Order to Support Colorado Workers

    DENVER - Gov. Polis today signed an executive order creating the Office of Future of Work at the Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE). This Office will be a central point for the state’s efforts to respond to Colorado’s rapidly changing economy and workforce.
  • Thursday, August 29, 2019

    Gov. Polis Office to Host Constituent Services Table at Colorado State Fair

    PUEBLO, CO - For the first time, a Colorado Governor will host a constituent services table at the Colorado State Fair in Pueblo. The Governor’s Director of Constituent Services will hold open office hours on August 30, from 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m in the Agriculture Pavilion.