Colorado: Health Insurance Battle Heating Up

Supporters of Amendment 69, which would create a state-run health insurance program and double Colorado’s state budget, have raised $44,940 so far, according to the Secretary of State’s website. In contrast, Coloradans for Coloradans, the opposition group, has raised $688,141(including a $50,000 donation from CAR). CAR’s Board of Directors voted to oppose the measure inContinue reading “Colorado: Health Insurance Battle Heating Up”

New Identity Theft Bill Could Impact Small Businesses

Six Republican Senators and an Independent introduced the Data Security and Breach Notification Act of 2013. (S. 1193) Data breach notification laws in 46 states and the District of Columbia would be preempted under the legislation.  The bill would require covered entities to take “reasonable measures” to protect and secure data in electronic form containingContinue reading “New Identity Theft Bill Could Impact Small Businesses”