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Colorado House Passes Wildfire Mitigation Tax Credit Bill

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A man saves a scorched flag from a home destroyed by the Lower North Fork Fire March 28, 2012 in Conifer, Colorado. They are part of the State Wildland Inmate Fire team. The fire which has burned 4,500 acres has claimed two lives and over 20 homes. (Photo by Chris Schneider/Getty Images)

A man saves a scorched flag from a home destroyed by the Lower North Fork Fire March 28, 2012 in Conifer, Colorado. They are part of the State Wildland Inmate Fire team. The fire which has burned 4,500 acres has claimed two lives and over 20 homes. (Photo by Chris Schneider/Getty Images)

DENVER (CBS4) – A bill to extend a tax credit for people who take steps to protect their homes from wildfire will now go to the Colorado Senate.

The passed the House on Monday.

The tax credit was set to expire this July.

The bill was recommended by the commission that examined the Lower North Fork Fire.

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