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Bill to let victims of sexual assault, stalking break leases passes Colorado Senate
DENVER -- A bill that would allow the victims of sexual assault and stalking cases to break their leases because of safety concerns passed the Colorado Senate on Tuesday and heads to the governor's desk for approval. The bill would extend the current law, which allows victims of domestic violence who are afraid for their safety or the safety of their children, to terminate rental agreements.