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The Colorado Clean Air Act of 2006 requires indoor areas to be smoke-free, from restaurants and bars to grocery stores and indoor sports arenas. Exceptions include:
There are measures created for an exemption for assisted-living facilities to allow smoking in designated areas that are fully enclosed, ventilated and accessible only to residents and their guests.
Included in the smoke-free zone are:
Smoking is also no longer permitted in the following other places in:
Smoking is allowed in the following indoor public places at the discretion of the property owner or manager: