Denver (AP) With the legislative session over, Governor Ritter says he wants more discussion on bills that concern him, including one that opponents say would weaken requirements to get a driver's license.
Secretary of State Mike Coffman has urged Ritter to veto that bill.
It would allow people to get a Colorado license by presenting documents including a Colorado or federal tax return, a marriage or divorce certificate, an adoption decree or proof of life or health insurance.
Coffman says some documents can be easily altered or reproduced with a personal computer.
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