Smoke Free Colorado Bill Passes to Governor

House Bill 1175, the Colorado Clean Indoor Air Act of 2006, passed out of the House and on to Gov. Bill Owens, who is expected to sign or allow the bill become a law without his signature.

The law would ban smoking in restaurants, bars, and most indoor workplaces and public places (e.g. casinos are exempted). It would also set a 15-foot perimeter outside business doors where smoking would be prohibited.

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