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Dueling studies on health care before voters

Author: Mike McKibbin - August 31, 2016 - Updated: August 31, 2016

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In its first year of operation, the proposed ColoradoCare statewide health care program would either have a $2 billion surplus, or it faces a $253 million deficit. Voters now have differing financial analysis' that resulted in those two opposite conclusions to consider when they fill out their Nov. 8 general election ballot and decide whether they favor or oppose Amendment 69.

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Mike McKibbin

Mike McKibbin

Mike McKibbin is a Denver and Washington political reporter for The Colorado Statesman. A long-time Colorado-based journalist, he has worked as an editor and bureau reporter and won numerous Colorado Press Association and Associated Press awards. Follow him on Twitter @MikeMcKibbin7 and email mike@coloradostatesman.com.