Single-Payer Healthcare makes the November ballot

Date: May 02, 2016 Last Edit: May 05, 2016

The aim of Colorado Care is to replace all private insurance, worker’s compensation coverage, and small group coverage with a government-administered plan.

The aim of Colorado Care is to replace all private insurance, worker’s compensation coverage and small group coverage with a government-administered plan.

Voters will be asked in November to approve Colorado Cares, a single-payer healthcare plan which raises taxes by $25 Billion dollars the first year. In comparison the Colorado State budget is currently $27 Billion dollars. The aim of Colorado Care is to replace all private insurance, worker’s compensation coverage and small group coverage with a government-administered plan.  “Our members expected us to fight the Affordable Care Act and NFIB did all the way to the Supreme Court. We will fight Amendment 69 with just as much fury in Colorado” stated Tony Gagliardi, NFIB/CO State Director.

NFIB/Colorado State Director Tony Gagliardi is available to speak to any group desiring to learn more about the devastating effects Amendment 69 will have on Colorado and your healthcare. Contact Tony at tony.gagliardi@nfib.org 

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