Indoor Smoking Laws
Legislation to limit smoking in many work and public places – and thus limiting exposure to secondhand smoke – began with Colorado's Clean Indoor Air Act in 2006.
The Colorado Indoor Air Act requires indoor areas to be smoke-free, including, but not limited to:
If you witness smoking where it is unlawful you can find out how to report a violation by clicking here.
Updates to the law:
See where your community stands on clean air. Many have passed laws stronger than the state laws to protect their citizens from tobacco smoke and aerosols from e-cigarettes. Click here for a list of communities with rankings from www.gaspforair.org.
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