A bill that would have placed limits on the ability of insurers to spy on workers’ compensation claimants died Wednesday in committee, The Pueblo Chieftain reports.
The Senate Committee on Judiciary killed HB1012, sponsored by Rep. Sal Pace, D-Pueblo, more than a month after hearing testimony on it. It failed on a 4-3 vote.
“We knew all along that we were missing a key vote. That’s why it sat on the calendar for a month,” Pace said.