Colorado passed a bill repealing the authority of the Department of Revenue to cancel, renew or reinstate a driver’s license for failure to pay an outstanding monetary judgement. The bill also prohibits the department from denying to issue, renew, or reinstate a person’s driver’s license because the person has an outstanding warrant relating to a traffic violation or a municipal violation.
You can read the full text of the bill here.
Primary sponsor(s): Representatives Herod and Gray
Bill number: House Bill 21-1314
Name of Bill (as introduced): Department Of Revenue Action Against Certain Documents