Bill banning governments from forcing employees to sign NDAs heads to Polis

The Denver Gazette: Colorado governments of all types will no longer be allowed to press their employees into signing confidentiality agreements under a bill headed to Gov. Jared Polis’ desk.

With some exceptions, Senate Bill 23-53 prohibits state, county, and municipal governments, as well as school districts, from using the non-disclosure agreements with employees, particularly those settling grievances or other employment-related matters, or requiring them as part of someone’s job.

It passed the Senate on Wednesday after that chamber conceded to minor changes the House had made.

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