As the number of uninsured people in Colorado continues to rise — and businesses drop coverage for employees or their dependents — insurance companies are attempting to bridge the gap with individual insurance plans. The number of people enrolled in small-group coverage is declining, said Peggy Brown, deputy commissioner of insurance for the state. But the number of people taking individual insurance policies is rising, she said.
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