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(DENVER, Colo., January 18, 2005) Randy Dobyns (cq), a CDOT maintainance supervisor, describes in graphic detail the problems encountered by CDOT crews from dirty diapers and containers of human excrement and plastic bottles containing urine left on the side of Colorado's highways. Dobyns testified Tuesday afternoon before the Senate Transportation Committee on behalf of SB-09, the "dirty diaper bill" , sponsored by Sen. Jim Isgar (D-Hesperus) which would increase the fine for people who throw human excrement by the roadside. Dobyns said that workers on mowers sometimes don't see the bottles or containers and get covered by the waste when they drive over them. (Photo by HAL STOELZLE/ ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS)

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