Trump wants to expand short-term health insurance plans. That could hit some Coloradans in the wallet, according to a new report

The Urban Institute estimates Colorado premiums will rise 18 percent

A sign placed out on the ...
Kathryn Scott, The Denver Post

A sign placed out on the 16th Street Mall, beckons people to sign up for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act. A study released this week by the Urban Institute concludes that more than 100,000 Coloradans would enroll in short-term plans and that premium prices for others enrolled through the ACA would rise 18 percent.

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