The Common Sense Policy Roundtable put its eyes on Colorado proposed public option health insurance to see who could save and who could spend more through unintended consequences.
The white paper, titled, “What’s at state with the Colorado public option,” is available by clicking here.
“The discussion surrounding the establishment of a public option for insurance in Colorado, has driven a thoughtful discussion about health care and many drivers of rising costs, yet those same discussions have limited the scope of trying to solve the problem,” said Chris Brown, the director of policy and research for the economic think tank.
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Common Sense Policy Roundtable examines public option
By Joey Bunch | Colorado Politics