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HOUSE BILL 07-1269

BY REPRESENTATIVE(S) McGihon, Benefield, Borodkin, Buescher, Fischer, Gagliardi, Gibbs, Green, Judd, Kefalas, Kerr A., Labuda, Levy, McFadyen, Merrifield, Peniston, Pommer, Primavera, Rice, Riesberg, Solano, Soper, Todd, Carroll T., and Romanoff;

also SENATOR(S) Gordon, Bacon, Johnson, Keller, Tapia, Tupa, Veiga, Williams, Windels, Boyd, Groff, Morse, Shaffer, and Romer.


Concerning the repeal of the casino exemption from the "Colorado Clean Indoor Air Act".


Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Colorado:

           SECTION 1.  Repeal.  25-14-205 (1) (j), Colorado Revised Statutes, is repealed as follows:

           25-14-205.  Exceptions to smoking restrictions. (1)  This part 2 shall not apply to:

           (j)  The retail floor plan, as defined in section 12-47.1-509, C.R.S., of a licensed casino.

           SECTION 2.  Effective date. This act shall take effect at 8 a.m. on January 1, 2008.

           SECTION 3.  Safety clause. The general assembly hereby finds, determines, and declares that this act is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, and safety.

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Andrew Romanoff                                                            Joan Fitz-Gerald

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE                                          PRESIDENT OF

OF REPRESENTATIVES                                                  THE SENATE

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Marilyn Eddins                                                                  Karen Goldman

CHIEF CLERK OF THE HOUSE                                 SECRETARY OF

OF REPRESENTATIVES                                                  THE SENATE



                              Bill Ritter, Jr.

                              GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF COLORADO