Colorado lawmakers ponder meth lab disclosure bill

Real estate sellers would have to tell buyers

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A bill requiring home sellers to disclose if their property has been used as a methamphetamine laboratory and giving purchasers the right to sue for damages is making its way through the Colorado legislature.

State Senate Bill 06-002, sponsored by Sen. Brandon Shaffer, says that a buyer has the right to test the property using a certified industrial hygienist to see if it has been used as a meth lab.