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In the spring of 2006, Colorado lawmakers passed the Colorado Clean Indoor Air Act to protect the health of both the public and employees by no longer allowing smoking in most indoor public places. In addition, smoking is not allowed within 15 feet of an establishment’s main entryway unless defined differently by a local law. The smoking ban was then extended on January 1, 2008 to include casinos. For more information visit www.smokefreecolorado.org/main.html
25-14-204. General smoking restrictions.
(1) Except as provided in section 25-14-205, and in order to reduce the levels of exposure to environmental tobacco smoke, smoking shall not be permitted and no person shall smoke in any indoor area, including, but not limited to:
(a) Public meeting places;
(c) Government-owned or -operated means of mass transportation, including, but not limited to, buses, vans, and trains;
(d) Taxicabs and limousines;
(e) Grocery stores;
(g) Jury waiting and deliberation rooms;
(i) Child day care facilities;
(j) Health care facilities including hospitals, health care clinics, doctor's offices, and other health care related facilities;
(k) (I) Any place of employment that is not exempted.
(II) In the case of employers who own facilities otherwise exempted from this part 2, each such employer shall provide a smoke-free work area for each employee requesting not to have to breathe environmental tobacco smoke. Every employee shall have a right to work in an area free of environmental tobacco smoke.
(l) Food service establishments;
(n) Limited gaming facilities and any other facilities in which any gaming or gambling activity is conducted;
(o) Indoor sports arenas;
(p) Restrooms, lobbies, hallways, and other common areas in public and private buildings, condominiums, and other multiple-unit residential facilities;
(q) Restrooms, lobbies, hallways, and other common areas in hotels and motels, and in at least seventy-five percent of the sleeping quarters within a hotel or motel that are rented to guests;
(r) Bowling alleys;
(s) Billiard or pool halls;
(t) Facilities in which games of chance are conducted;
(u) The common areas of retirement facilities, publicly owned housing facilities, and nursing homes, not including any resident's private residential quarters;
(v) Public buildings;
(aa) To the extent not otherwise provided in section 25-14-103.5, public and nonpublic schools;
(bb) Other educational and vocational institutions; and
(cc) The entryways of all buildings and facilities listed in paragraphs (a) to (bb) of this subsection (1).