Benefits Vote Delayed

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The Colorado Springs City Council decided to postpone the decision for two weeks.

Margaret Radford changed her mind after receiving several calls from her constituents.

The plan would have cost the city $200,000 dollars.

The adult who would get the benefits would have to pay 100 percent of the premiums.

Council Member Radford says she'll wait to hear how the broader community feels about the plan, before making a decision.