The 80,000-member Colorado HealthOP is being decertified by the state and will reportedly be unable to sell policies on the state’s Obamacare exchange next year:

The Colorado Division of Insurance is effectively shutting down Colorado HealthOP, the low-cost insurance cooperative said Friday.

Colorado HealthOP received a decertification notice from the state, which could result in the nonprofit insurer being unable to sell policies through Connect for Health Colorado, the state health-insurance exchange in 2016.
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Colorado HealthOP faced a $10 million shortfall as a result of the feds reimbursing just 12.6 percent of the promised “risk-corridor” payments, officials said.

Republican Sen. Cory Gardner of Colorado reminded the provider of its obligations:

Colorado HealthOP obviously didn’t appreciate Gardner’s comments and seems to think a “blame the messenger” approach is the best prescription:

It can’t have anything to do with the lack of sustainability of the law itself!

Oh yes they can!

Excellent advice that will probably be ignored.