A joint committee will try to work out House and Senate differences in a controversial bill that pits river rafters against landowners, The Pueblo Chieftain reports.
On Friday, the House voted to refer HB1188 as amended in the Senate to a conference committee with representatives from both chambers.
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The Durango Herald: The Colorado House voted Friday to press ahead with a bill that expands the rights of commercial rafting companies. But the bill’s future is still in doubt. House Bill 1188 was written to let commercial rafting companies float on rivers that are surrounded by private land.