Lawmakers consider scaling back ‘construction defects’ law in order to boost new projects

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DENVER -- A big debate is underway at the state Capitol that could have a dramatic impact on the Denver housing market.

A bill that would scale back part of Colorado's construction defects law is moving forward in the state Senate.

Boris Sanchez explains in his video report what passing this bill could mean for construction in metro Denver and why some say it is not enough.

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