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Retired Brighton officer injured in the line of duty denied free state park pass despite new law
DENVER -- A brand-new law designed to help Colorado first responders injured in the line of duty hit a brief snag Monday. Bill Holder was injured on the job while he was a police officer in Brighton. He and his wife, Jana, came up with the idea to honor disabled first responders by getting them free state parks passes as well as hunting and fishing licenses.