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Photos of the Day: Nearly uncovered people promote health-care coverage

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Unsurprisingly, there weren't a lot of grabby images associated with week one of Obamacare -- unless you count occasional health-exchange error messages. But there was a notable exception: Earlier this week on the 16th Street Mall, ColoradoHealthOP.org promoted insurance coverage via spokesmodels who were almost entirely uncovered -- as in barely clothed. Good thing the event wasn't scheduled for today. Check out additional Colorado HealthOP photos below, and click here for information about another Obamacare event sponsored by the organization, scheduled for 1 p.m. tomorrow at the Lakewood Library. Although, presumably, the presenters will be fully dressed.

More from our Photos archive: "Photos: Denver Cruisers' best of 2013."

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