At the State Capitol: Colorado Open Records Act
Peter Strescino (The Pueblo Chieftain)-
Members of the Senate State , Veterans, and Military Affairs Committee voted on a party line against legislation to modernize the Colorado Open Records Act, meant to bolster public access to government records.
State Sen. John Kefalas, D-Colo., said his SB37 would address taxpayers’ access digital formats. The bill would have boosted this access by requiring records custodians to provide records in machine-readable digital formats if the records are currently kept in that manner, ensuring that citizens have more helpful access to government records, Kefalas said.
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