Google Opposition Stalls Colo. Driverless Car Bill

Law360, New York (February 7, 2013, 6:03 PM EST) -- Colorado lawmakers delayed a bill Tuesday that would have set guidelines for the use of driverless cars in the state after Google Inc., the leading developer of the technology, said it opposed the legislation.

Members of the state Senate Transportation Committee voted to indefinitely postpone Senate Bill 13-016, which would have allowed driverless cars to operate in the state if they were capable of following traffic laws, among other conditions. The postponement came at the request of the bill's sponsor, state Sen. Greg Brophy, according to...
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