Colorado's Indoor Ban Of E-Cigarettes, Vaping Aims To Curb Teen AddictionAs of Monday, the Colorado Clean Indoor Air Act now includes e-cigarettes and vaping.
New Law Makes E-Cigarettes, Vaping Illegal Indoors In ColoradoStarting Monday, E-cigarettes and vaping devices are illegal indoors in Colorado. Public health officials say the new law will protect everyone from secondhand exposure.
Ban On Flavored Nicotine Products To Take Effect In AspenAspen is now the first city in Colorado to ban the sale of flavored nicotine products.
Governor Signs Bill To Include E-Cigs In Colorado Clean Indoor Air ActGov. Jared Polis signed a bill into law which targets the use of vaping products indoors.
Tax Increase On Nicotine Products Up For Final Vote In HouseA bill to impose a 62% tax on vaping products and raise cigarette taxes by 300% is expected to pass its final vote in the state House.
Voters Could Decide On Large Tax On Nicotine Products To Combat Vaping Among ChildrenGov. Jared Polis is proposing a huge tax increase on nicotine products including e-cigarettes, as new research shows many children don't know what they're vaping or how addictive it can be. 
Colorado Governor To Ask Voters To Pass Nicotine Tax To Combat Youth UseGov. Jared Polis is announcing a late-session bill to ask Colorado voters to significantly raise taxes on cigarettes and impose taxes on nicotine vaping devices to deter youth consumption.
Denver May Raise Legal Age To Buy Tobacco Products To 21The City and County of Denver Department of Public Health & Environment wants to raise the legal age to buy tobacco and nicotine products to 21.
Proposed Law Raises Legal Age To Buy Tobacco, Nicotine Products To 21 In DenverThe City and County of Denver Department of Public Health & Environment wants to raise the legal age to buy tobacco and nicotine products to 21.
Bill To Ban Vaping In Colorado Where Smoking Isn't Allowed Clears First HearingA bill to ban vaping in public spaces where smoking isn't allowed has cleared its first Colorado House committee hearing.
Lawmakers Consider Limiting Where E-Cigs Can Be UsedColorado lawmakers are discussing possible limits on where e-cigarettes can be used.