Patty Fontneau, executive director and CEO, of Connect for Health Colorado, acknowledged there were problems with the exchange when it opened. Eric Whitney for NPR hide caption

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Despite Setbacks, Bipartisan Support Remains For Colorado Exchange

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Some states are trying to make health care prices available to the public by collecting receipts from those who pay the bills: Medicare, Medicaid and private insurers. Some states' efforts to make these prices available are in jeopardy. iStockphoto hide caption

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Elusive Goal: A Transparent Price List For Health Care

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Michael Sawyer, the latest doctor in his family, holds a portrait of his grandfather Dr. Ken Sawyer, while his father Robert, a surgeon, looks on. Barry Gutierrez for NPR hide caption

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A Denver Family Of Doctors Has Seen Medicine Transformed

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Peter Lee, executive director of Covered California, unveils a marketing campaign for the exchange in Los Angeles late last year. Nick Ut/AP hide caption

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Colorado Takes Health Plans To People Shopping For Groceries

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Early December brought a foot of fresh powder to the resorts of Vail, Colo., but some residents are still steaming. Zach Mahone, Beaver Creek Resort/AP hide caption

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High Insurance Rates Anger Some Ski-Country Coloradans

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This controversial ad riffing off the legendary "got milk?" campaign is one of several marketing health insurance to young people in Colorado. Thanks Obamacare campaign hide caption

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Colorado Ads Use Sex And Alcohol To Sell Health Insurance

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Medicaid Questions Slow Insurance Purchases On Colorado Exchange

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