Colorado Blue Book bill passes State House

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February 1, 2011

By Kyle Maichle

DENVER, Colorado: A bill requiring more information to be disclosed in the Colorado Blue Book passed its first legislative hurdle.

The Colorado House of Representatives approved House Bill 11-1035 by a 54-10 vote on January 31, 2011.[1][2] One lawmaker was excused from voting.[1]

HB 11-1035 would require a statement before each measure in the Blue Book if it is referred by lawmakers or initiated.[3][4] The bill has been referred to the Senate State, Veterans, and Military Affairs Committee.[2]

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