Colorado voters may consider the nation's first legal limits on children buying smartphones.
Colorado has approved the language of a ballot proposal that would limit the purchase of smartphones for children.
Colorado officials have cleared the language of a proposed ballot measure that would establish the nation's first legal limits on buying smartphones for children.
DENVER -- We see smartphones everywhere. In school hallways, at the family dinner table and plugged in at the bedside table. But how young is too young to be constantly connected to the rest of the world through sleek apps, social media…
DENVER -- Here in Colorado, there's a new grassroots effort to stop the sale of cell phones for use by children under the age of 13. The group, Parents Against Underage Smartphones (PAUS), is collecting signatures to get Initiative 29 on…
Tim Farnum, a Denver-area anesthesiologist, is the founder of Parents Against Underage Smartphones, or PAUS, the nonprofit group pushing the proposal.
A Colorado group wants to ban selling phones to kids under 13 years old.
A ballot initiative, if passed, would make Colorado the first state in the nation to establish legal limits on smartphone sales to children.