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Topic - Barbara Kelley
A skirmish over Sen. Mark Udall’s efforts to pressure state insurance regulators into reworking their Obamacare cancellation figures has entangled another prominent Colorado Democrat: Gov. John Hickenlooper.
At the center of the controversy is Barbara Kelley, executive director of the Department of Regulatory Affairs, who said in a Jan. 14 letter that a panel had exonerated Mr. Udall’s staff of pressuring state regulators to lower their insurance cancellation figures by subtracting those who were offered new policies.
Ms. Kelley said in her letter identifying the panel members that she resisted identifying them to protect them from “potential politically motivated challenges of inquisitions.”