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Wednesday, December 8, 2021

Denver court dismisses lawsuit challenging Colorado law that limits shuttle competition

A Steamboat Springs man has lost the first round in his attempt to challenge a Colorado state law that allows regulators to limit competition among shuttle services.

Abdullah Batayneh sued the Colorado Public Utilities Commission in March, arguing that the denial of his permit application to start a new shuttle service to Strawberry Park Hot Springs outside Steamboat, in order to protect two existing shuttle providers relied on an unconstitutional law. On Monday, Denver District Court Judge Mary Avery Moses dismissed her lawsuit, ruling that her legal claims against the statute were inadequate.

Batayneh said he plans to appeal the ruling this week in a news release issued by the Arlington, Virginia-based Institute for Justice, a liberal public-interest law firm representing him.

“I think the decision is wrong and I think I should have my day in court,” said Batayneh, who was found to be unable to start and operate a new shuttle service before the commission rejected his application. was capable.

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