The deaths of a Denver family of four have led to a bill that would require carbon monoxide detectors in homes. A similar effort failed last session. Ryan Warner talks to Maria Dempsey, sister of Caroline Lofgren, who died alongside her husband and two children. Ryan also talks to Amie Mayhew of the Colorado Home Builders Association. Learn more about CO2 detectors.
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