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Consumer-data privacy bills at Colorado Legislature could drive up business costs, hamper worker background checks

The Colorado Chamber’s Loren Furman said in her testimony that business leaders are worried about a section of the bill that would require duplicative reporting of information for companies like banks and hospitals that already have extensive reporting requirements to the federal government.

“Look, it’s a priority for all of us that we protect the information of the consumer no matter what,” Furman said. “But why do we have to duplicate that reporting at a state level?”

Read the complete article by Ed Sealover in the Denver Business Journal.