Tire bill passes Senate, may still fail

By scott miller

DENVER — The Colorado Senate Friday gave yet another level of approval to a bill that would require winter motorists on Interstate 70 to either have adequate tires or carry traction devices. But the bill’s future remains uncertain.The bill was first introduced in the Colorado House of Representatives by Diane Mitsch Bush, a Democrat who represents Eagle and Routt Counties, and Republican Rep. Bob Rankin, whose district includes portions of Garfield County. The bill passed the House, then went to the Senate.Senator Randy Baumgardner, a Republican whose district includes Grand County, added an amendment to the bill that would apply …

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