Democrats could break longtime logjams at state Capitol

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Democrats could break longtime logjams at state Capitol

Legislature may address high Western Slope health costs
One idea Colorado lawmakers are considering to deal with high health care costs is to consolidate insurance regions to ensure that costs don’t vary for the same policies in different areas of the state. Insurance costs for individual plans on the Western Slope can be $300 a month more than identical plans on the Front Range.
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Democrats could break longtime logjams at state Capitol

One idea Colorado lawmakers are considering to deal with high health care costs is to consolidate insurance regions to ensure that costs don’t vary for the same policies in different areas of the state. Insurance costs for individual plans on the Western Slope can be $300 a month more than identical plans on the Front Range.

Democrats could break longtime logjams at state Capitol

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Democrats could break longtime logjams at state Capitol

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Democrats could break longtime logjams at state Capitol

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Democrats could break longtime logjams at state Capitol

Lawmakers will look at funding the Colorado Water Plan during the upcoming legislative session. Funding the water plan would give money to river restoration projects like those needed in the Animas River, which was filled with debris and ash after the 416 Fire.
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