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By Steve King
Topic - Marguerite Salazar
Taking aim at two major gripes with the new health care law, Colorado regulators announced Friday that they'll give health insurers another year to offer plans that don't meet new federal requirements and will revise geographic rating zones that have led to high premiums in some mountain counties.
"We're still building this airplane," said Ms. Salazar said in Health News Colorado. "Now would not be the time to go lean. We can always do that later ... We have a chance to make this a robust, real successful exchange."