This is out of a Colorado Parks and Wildlife 2017 FAQ publication:
"Q26. What happens if my deer is CWD positive? Am I eligible for a new tag or a refund? A26. CPW recommends that hunters not eat the meat or tissues of an animal that tests positive for CWD. Refunds or antlerless licenses may be issued in any unit approved by CPW for the same species in the same year to hunters who harvest a deer, elk or moose in which CWD is detected through CPW’s CWD monitoring or testing programs. Please see CPW regulations in Chapter W-16 Article 4 for detailed information regarding refunds and reissued license eligibility resulting from CWD positive test results."