Colo. School, First Responder Interoperability Bill Becomes Law
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — Governor John Hickenlooper has signed Senate Bill 11-73 in law. The bill encourages school state-wide to be on the same radio frequency as first responders.
The bill passed unanimously out of the Colorado State House and Senate, KKCO reports.
The bill was sponsored by Senator Steve King.
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