Colorado Senate committee votes to advance bill that would tighten child-vaccination requirements
DENVER -- The Colorado Senate finance committee voted in favor early Thursday morning on a bill that aims at increasing vaccination rates in Colorado. The 4-3 vote happened after several hours of testimony at the Colorado State Capitol. HB19-1312 would create a standardized exemption form and require parents to make an in-person visit to their local health department to get a signature on a waiver form.