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In the most recent blow for health care sharing ministries, Colorado lawmakers passed a bill last month which would require HCSMs to file annual reports with the state detailing financial information about their plans. The bill would require transparency regarding, among other things, how much HCSMs take in through premiums and how much they pay out for claims, according to Colorado Politics. The legislation was sent to the governor's office in early June, where it now awaits signing.

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