Colorado House gives preliminary approval to bill that would tighten child-vaccination requirements
DENVER -- A bill making tightening the standards for parents who choose not to vaccinate their children was given preliminary approval in the House after several hours of debate early Wednesday. The bill was approved around 3 a.m. on Wednesday morning on a voice-vote in the Colorado House. 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.