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Colorado: Personal data privacy bill repasses in State Senate and due to be sent to Governor

The Colorado Senate repassed, on 8 June 2021, Senate Bill ('SB') 21-190 for an Act concerning additional protection of data relating to personal privacy, following their consideration of amendments made to SB 21-190 by the Colorado House of Representatives. In particular, and once sent to the Governor, SB 21-190 would require the signature of the Governor, or it can become law without the Governor's signature if not expressly vetoed.

Once enacted, SB 21-190 will go into effect on 1 July 2023.

You can read SB 21-190 here and track its progress here.