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Chasing Amy 

Lauded by liberals and business lobbyists alike, the Health Benefit Exchange Act, or Senate Bill 200, was seen as a bipartisan effort to reduce the burden of health insurance on the working class by pooling insurance policies under the control of a state board. For Amy Stephens, a Republican leader in what's easily Colorado's most conservative House district, supporting it was either a bold move or a tone-deaf one.

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