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Weird and crazy laws
Colorado has a surprising number of laws that might seem absurd.
Laws come and go according to the needs of people at national, state or municipal levels. Colorado became a state back in 1876 and has since then passed many laws—even ones that seem downright bizarre.
• One may not mutilate a rock in a Colorado state park
• Catapults may not be fired at buildings in Aspen
• Boulders may not be rolled on city property in Boulder
• It is unlawful to lend a vacuum cleaner to your next-door-neighbor in Denver
• One is allowed to rip the tags off pillows and mattresses
• Until July 1, 2008, liquor stores couldn’t sell alcohol on Sundays or election days
• One may not ride a horse while under the influence
• One may not drive a black car on Sundays in Denver
• It is illegal for a man to kiss a woman while she is asleep in Logan County
For other weird and crazy laws, check out: Fun Colorado laws