By the Denver Private Investigator Blog
DENVER – Leaders of the campaign for legislation requiring private investigators to get a license from the state in Colorado said earlier this week that the effort is threatened by likely opposition from a key state senator.
“There is strong support – but we learned today that the chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and possibly others are opposed,” former Professional Private Investigators Association Chairman Dean Beers wrote in an email to PPIAC leaders earlier this week. “There (sic) sole purpose of leaning to oppose is consumer protection. They don’t see it.”