August 25, 2019

HB 12-1128: Prohibiting Discrimination in Public Places Due to Unconventional Attire

On January 20, 2012, Rep. Joe Miklosi introduced HB 12-1128 – Concerning a Prohibition on Discrimination in Places of Public Accommodation that is Based on Unconventional Attire. This summary is published here courtesy of the Colorado Bar Association’s e-Legislative Report.

The bill adds “unconventional attire” as grounds on which discrimination in places of public accommodation may not be based. “Unconventional attire” means dress that indicates a person’s participation in motorcycling or status as a veteran. Assigned to the State, Veterans, & Military Affairs Committee.

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