The Trump administration's efforts to undermine the Affordable Care Act won't affect open enrollment in Colorado the same way as in other states.
The proposed deal, which would require the approval of the Denver City Council, would have Denver pay $20.5 million over the course of 30 years for the property.
"I've just been handed a note," he said. "There's no deal."
Republican-sponsored Senate Bill 3 would get rid of Connect for Care Colorado and send customers to the federal exchange, which has an uncertain future.