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Summit Daily’s top stories of the day

The Colorado Division of Insurance announced Friday, Oct. 16, 2015, that it would shut down the low-cost insurer Colorado HealthOP, meaning thousands of people living in Summit County and throughout the state will have to search for new health insurance carriers and plans in the coming months. Policy holders will have coverage through Colorado HealthOP through the end of their plan, as long as they keep paying premiums, but will have to find a new plan by Dec. 15 to avoid a gap in coverage.
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The top stories of the day from the Oct 22, 2015 edition of the Summit Daily News:

Affordable housing funding question on Summit County ballot

Summit Daily editorial: Prop BB would allow cannabis bucks to bolster school spending

Thousands of Summit County residents scrambling after health insurer shuts down

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