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HB10-1012: House Passes Bill to Limit Surveillance

The House passed a bill on Monday that would tighten the rules on insurance companies that conduct surveillance on workers’ compensation claimants, the Pueblo Chieftain reports. Sponsored by state Rep. Sal Pace, D-Pueblo, HB1012 passed by a vote of 34-28, with three representatives excused. “I think it’s a simple choice when you’re choosing between the people who are covered by an insurer and an insurance company,” Pace said. “I choose people every time.

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