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In December 2015, the Office of the Inspector General released a report indicating that Connect for Health Colorado needed some additional eligibility verification procedures, based on a sample conducted in 2014. Although the exchange was effective in determining eligibility for premium subsidies, their eligibility verification was inadequate when enrollees weren’t applying for financial assistance. And the OIG report also noted that the exchange needed to obtain OPM or non-employer-sponsored insurance data from the Data Hub before enrolling people in qualified health plans through the exchange. Connect for Health Colorado agreed with OIG’s recommendations .

Supporters of universal healthcare in Colorado worked for months to gather signatures in support of ColoradoCare , a universal coverage system that would have gone into effect in 2019 if voters had approved it in the 2016 election. At least 98,492 signatures were necessary in order to get the ColoradoCare proposal on the ballot next fall. On October 22, 2015, the ColoradoCare campaign announced that they had gathered enough signatures ; they were delivered to the Colorado Secretary of State on October 23. Supporters were able to gather far more signatures than necessary, and on November 9, 2015 the Secretary of State confirmed that there were nearly 159,000 valid signatures. As a result, the measure was on the ballot a year later, in November 2016.

But voters resoundingly rejected the measure, with just 21 percent in favor, and 79 percent opposed.

ColoradoCare would have been enacted using a 1332 waiver under the ACA, which allows states to chart their own course for healthcare reform, as long as they do so in a way that covers at least as many people as the ACA would have, keeps coverage affordable and at least as comprehensive as it would be under the ACA, and doesn’t increase the federal deficit. If those general guidelines are satisfied, the state can receive funding from the federal government equal to what would have been provided to the state’s residents in premium tax credits, cost-sharing subsidies, and small business tax credits. In Colorado, those funds, together with Medicaid waiver funds, were projected to total $11.6 billion in 2019. Total costs to run a zero-deductible, universal coverage program in Colorado were estimated at $35.6 billion for 2019. The $25 billion difference would have been generated through a 10% income tax. Employees would have paid only a third of the total tax, with their employers kicking in the remaining two-thirds (ie, employees would have paid 3.33 percent of their gross pay).

According to Gallup polling, Colorado’s uninsured rate was 17 percent in 2013, and had dropped to 10.6 percent as of the first half of 2015. The Colorado Health Access survey found even better results , indicating that the uninsured rate in the state had dropped to just 6.7 percent in 2015. Clearly, the state is heading in the right direction, but ColoradoCare proponents wanted — and still do want — to go a step further and make coverage truly universal.

It’s almost certain that the legendary wicketkeeperwill don the big gloves for India in England next year - but what happens after that?

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After India exited the 2015 World Cup with a semi-final loss to Australia in Sydney, MS Dhoni was asked how he saw his future as an ODI cricketer. After all, he had quit the Test ranks three months earlier, and announced it through a press release issued by the Indian cricket board. “It's up to you guys,” he said with a smile. “The media should do a nice research on it, take a few days, and my advice will be whatever you decide, write the complete opposite. That will be the fact.”

As with a lot of things he said and continues to say when faced with a microphone, it was a nothing answer. At the time, Dhoni suggested he would take a call on his future in the white-ball formats after the World Twenty20 on home soil in 2016. That was two years ago. With just over a year to go to the 2019 World Cup, it’s almost certain that he will don the big gloves for India in England. But what happens after that?

By the time the next World Twenty20 is played in Australia in October-November 2020, Dhoni will be 39 years old. It would have been nearly six years since he quit Tests, meaning that he spends more than half the year away from the national side. But so reluctant have India been to consider a succession plan that no one name springs to mind when one ponders a post-Dhoni future.

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Dinesh Karthik, who will be 35 himself in 2020, kept wicket for India in the Nidahas Trophy in Sri Lanka in March, and helped bring home the cup with the sort of innings Dhoni regularly played in his prime. Karthik, who has taken over the captaincy of Kolkata Knight Riders, has enjoyed a fine start to the current IPL season, but his record over the past three seasons – 890 runs at a strike-rate of 133.43 – isn’t that of someone who can regularly blitz the opposition.

Dhoni’s numbers for Chennai Super Kings – 3125 runs at a strike-rate of 139.75 – remain the gold standard, but the last three IPL seasons have seen a clutch of players apart from Karthik stake reasonable claims. And those contenders are very much in the fray this year as well.

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Rishabh Pant was the standout player in India’s Under-19 World Cup squad in 2016, but his first two seasons in the IPL were plagued by inconsistency. His 791 runs across three seasons have come at a superb strike-rate of 156.32, but it’s only this year that he’s managed to string a succession of significant scores together. But that upturn in his own fortunes has been rather overshadowed by Delhi Daredevils’ inability to close out games.

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