CO will hear a bill on data sharing with federal agencies
February 11, 2021
DENVER (AP) — Colorado lawmakers will introduce a bill to establish guidelines on how personal information can be shared with federal agencies.
The proposed legislation announced Thursday at a press conference with state lawmakers and immigrant rights groups, is a response to emails obtained through an open records request by the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition which revealed “unsanctioned data sharing” between the state's Division of Motor Vehicles and ICE agents.
Arash Jahanian, director of policy and civil rights litigation at the Meyer Law Office in Denver said there were hu...