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Kaiser agrees to improve health benefits in Colorado

Denver Post, June 24, 2008
Kaiser Permanente has agreed to provide $155 million worth of credits and improved benefits to customers and employers in Colorado. The deal stems from negotiations between the company and state officials in light of Kaiser Permanente's rising net worth. The negotiations were ordered by Colorado Insurance Commissioner Marcy Morrison.