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When Coloradans go to the polls this November, they’ll face a decision on an issue that could have a greater effect on their everyday lives than anything else on the ballot. No, not the presidential election, but Amendment 69, or ColoradoCare a government-run, single-payer health care system fueled by $25 billion in new taxes in the first year alone.
Ever since the Affordable Care Act (ACA) became law, Republicans have vowed to repeal and replace this controversial legislation. With this week’s Republican convention about to begin, they now have a new plan that House Speaker Paul Ryan says will “make healthcare actually affordable.” The question is whether Donald Trump is onboard with the latest Republican plan.
Premium rate requests for 2017 are pouring in and as many expected, double digit increases are the norm. We’ll explore details on the ACA’s overall level of satisfaction in a later post but right now the pressing issue on many people’s minds is how this year’s election results will impact the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Will we see it go virtually untouched...