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Colorado's passage of Amendment 69 would have a detrimental effect on the risk mitigation strengths that the Workers’ Compensation market brings consumers. (Photo: iStock)

It’s rare for the Washington, D.C.-based Council of Insurance Agents & Brokers, a national association representing the largest commercial insurance firms in the country, to heavily engage in state initiatives, but we’ve never before seen the calibrated assault that Colorado’s Amendment 69 wages on the benefits — and indirectly, the property and casualty — market.

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