No Support for Support Animal Bill (CO)

Colorado House Bill 16-1201, which would have established additional regulations for emotional support animals, has been killed by vote of a house committee. Although the proposed bill did not attempt to provide guidelines for determining when support animals must be permitted under state and federal fair housing laws, it would have required Colorado licensed medical professionals to make a finding regarding a disability or that there was insufficient information to make such a finding.   Read the article……….


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