Bill banning e-cigarette use indoors passes Colorado House; heads to Senate

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Colorado House lawmakers have given a strong bipartisan “yes” to a bill that adds vaping and e-cigarettes to the list of things that can’t be used in most public indoor spaces.

House Bill 1076 cleared the House on a 48-17 vote Thursday and now heads to the Senate.

Republican state Rep. Colin Larson of Littleton, one of the bill’s co-sponsors, noted the Clean Indoor Act was passed a decade ago and that it banned indoor smoking of tobacco in a host of businesses, including restaurants, hotels and hospitals.

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