Colorado Revised Statutes Title 6. Consumer and Commercial Affairs § 6-1-301. Legislative declaration

The general assembly hereby finds, determines, and declares that the use of telephones for commercial solicitation is rapidly increasing;  that this form of communication offers unique benefits, but entails special risks and poses the potential for abuse;  that the general assembly finds that the widespread practice of fraudulent and deceptive commercial telephone solicitation has caused substantial financial losses to thousands of consumers, and, particularly, elderly, homebound, and otherwise vulnerable consumers, and is a matter vitally affecting the public interest;  and, therefore, that the general welfare of the public and the protection of the integrity of the telemarketing industry requires statutory regulation of the commercial use of telephones.

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