Try avoid noticing Colorado in blue as an island of calm in the center of a troubled nation, then compare it with the four other blues if you like and see that we beat them. N. E. S. T. L. E. S. we're the healthcare very best R-o-o-o-o-c K-e-e-e-e-y-s
And right next to us Arizona and Kansas up 157% and 129%.
We're thinnest too. Nanner nanner nanner.
I recall saying my own premiums went down for the first time ever, by a whopping 7% not a puny .5% or 1/%. That is truly significant mystifying and out of whack with everything I read, welcome, but feeling a bit politically manipulated. I did not and do not understand it.
Or else it showed actuarially we had been overpaying grossly all along and that I can believe. That could make sense, we are such an ace state for dangerous physical activities that attract people in this 27 year old group being measured, such activities as hang gliding for instance, insurers flat do not understand hang glider pilots. I overheard them complaining about that while waiting for conditions. Or perhaps insurers do understand all too well. Perhaps they do understand very well the hazards of skiing and white water rafting, rock climbing, mountain climbing, hiking at altitude. Easy to name instances of people one knows dying doing at least some of these things. I know I've been paying a lot all along. And now those common sense carefully calculated actuary figures are spread out amongst you.