Lawmaker stops his own plan to protect personal information because of the price tag

9NEWS: A fiscally conservative Colorado state lawmaker introduced a bill that is the exact opposite of fiscal conservatism.

Concerned about the personal information the state health department has access to, as a result of contact tracing, House Minority Leader Rep. Hugh McKean (R-Loveland) sponsored a bill that would require state agencies to contact people every 90 days, alerting them to the information kept on file, and giving them the choice to have it deleted.

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