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Two House Democrats introduced HB23-1209 in mid-February in the latest step in policymakers’ ongoing journey to expand health care access in the state. The bill would direct the Colorado School of Public Health to analyze “model legislation” to implement a publicly funded but privately delivered health system here — meaning state-funded care provided by existing hospitals and providers.