Colorado lawmakers consider remote testimony: Bill would establish locations around the state

DENVER - People who want to testify on a bill at the state Capitol may no longer need to drive several hours to come to Denver.

A bill getting its first committee hearing in the House on Monday would establish locations around the state where people can go to give remote testimony. At least one remote location would have to be in the Western Slope.

Several committee rooms at the Capitol are already equipped with electronic equipment capable of allowing people to offer testimony.

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