Bill advances to study single-payer healthcare in Colorado
AP/USA Today, March 19, 2009
A Colorado House committee has approved a bill that could set the stage for a single-payer healthcare system, potentially leading to a major change in the way state residents get and pay for medical care. The bill would establish a healthcare authority with a 23-member board of directors to create a system in Colorado that would be the administrator and payer for healthcare services.
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