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 April 21, 2011  Posted by  Breaches, Laws

Associated Press reports that Colorado senators have shelved a proposal that would allow Colorado prosecutors to charge people with ID theft even if the defendant claimed not to know that the information they had used belonged to another person.

Republican Sen. Ellen Roberts, a sponsor of House Bill 1049, asked a Senate panel to kill the proposal Wednesday. She says lawmakers could not reach an agreement on the bill’s merits.

Read more in the Washington Examiner

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