Rep. Matt Soper

Colorado House bill lets governments label records requesters as ‘vexatious,’ take longer to comply with requests, withhold records that ‘invade’ privacy

Records custodians would have the power to deem someone a “vexatious requester” and bar that person from obtaining public records for 30 working days under a bill introduced in the Colorado House that also lets government entities take longer to fill most requests made under the Colorado Open Records Act.