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Amendment 63

Amendment 63 vs. Cost-Shift Hypocrisy

Brian T. Schwartz | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver
Brian T. Schwartz

Supporters of mandatory insurance only claim to oppose cost-shifting. In practice, they support policies that, like mandatory insurance, add to the very cost-shifting they claim to object to.

Amendment 63's Foes Only Want You for Your Body

Brian T. Schwartz | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver
Brian T. Schwartz

Mandatory insurance treats your body as a means to political ends, rather than respecting your rights as an individual.

Amendment 63 vs. the Unlicensed Vampire Alarmists

Brian T. Schwartz | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver
Brian T. Schwartz

The medical licensing argument against Amendment 63 is wrong and misleading. It needlessly scares voters and distracts them from the real issue.

Colorado Amendment 63: Freedom Is Too "Haphazard" for Bell Policy Center

Brian T. Schwartz | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver
Brian T. Schwartz

Politicians should remove costly mandated benefits that make health insurance so expensive and allow people to buy more affordable policies in other states. This would make insurance affordable for millions of uninsured Americans.

Jon Caldara Argues For/Against His Ballot Amendment 63

Michele Swenson | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver
Michele Swenson

In a debate between T.R. Reid and Jon Caldara about Ballot Amendment 63 (to overturn the health insurance mandate), Caldara's arguments frequently doubled back on themselves.

Are Colorado Doctors Really Opposed to Amendment 63?

Mike Krause | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver
Mike Krause

Colorado Medical Society member doctors are split over the Affordable Care Act. This begs the question then: did the CMS also survey its more than 7,000 members on Colorado Amendment 63?