SPOTLIGHT: Colo. health reform could cost $1B


State or federal reform proposals have one thing in common; they come with a hefty price tag. In this case, the big-dollar estimates comes from Colorado, where it's estimated proposals in play could cost the state more than $1 billion. The proposals are attempting to address the 17 percent of state residents without health insurance. Article

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