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Colorado: Bill concerning non-profit member data introduced to Senate

On February 6, 2024, Senate Bill 24-129 a bill for an act concerning protecting the privacy of persons associated with non-profit entities, and, in connection therewith, prohibiting public agencies from taking certain actions relating to the collection and disclosure of data that may identify such persons was introduced to the Colorado Senate. 

The bill requires that a public agency shall not: 

  • compel the disclosure of member-specific data from a non-profit entity or an officer, director, employee, or agent of the non-profit entity; 

  • compel a contractor or grantee of a grant program administered by the non-profit to provide a list of non-profit entities to which the contractor or grantee has provided financial or non-financial support; and

  • compel a non-profit entity to produce member-specific data contained in public records where such records are not subject to inspection and copying. 

You can read the bill here and track its progress here.

Update: April 1, 2024

Bill assigned to Senate Committee 

On March 28, 2024, the bill was assigned to the Senate Committee on Appropriations from the Senate Committee on Business, Labor, and Technology. 

You can read the bill and track its progress here.

Update: May 10, 2024

Bill passes third reading in House

On May 5, 2024, the bill passed its third reading in the Colorado House of Representatives. This follows its passage, on April 26, 2024, in the Colorado State Senate. The bill must now be signed by the Governor of Colorado. 

You can read the bill here and track its progress here.

Update: May 31, 2024

Bill signed by Governor

On May 28, 2024, the Governor signed the bill into law. 

You can read the signed Act here and the legislative history here.