DENVER - If you think cheating on your spouse is immoral, the state of Colorado will up the ante and tell you it is downright illegal.
In fact, there's still a law in place that makes marital infidelity a crime. This Thursday, state legislators will discuss whether it should be repealed, ultimately making cheating legal.
As it stands, the current law is rarely prosecuted. Same goes for another law in Colorado which makes it illegal for hotel operators to rent a room to an unmarried couple who plan to have sex in it.
"The issue is really whether or not the police belong in our bedrooms, whether or not we should be (as Coloradans) questioned by police as to who we slept with," said Rep. Daniel Kagan, a Democrat who is looking to change the bill.
Kagan believes there will be enough votes to change the law.
Other strange laws in Colorado:
In Aspen, Section 15.04.210 makes it illegal to fire off a catapult at any building within city limits.
In Boulder, it's illegal to permit someone's llama to graze on city property, unless they have a permit from the city manager. Also in Boulder, you can't roll any boulders on city property.
In Cripple Creek it's illegal to have a mule or horse on any floor above the first level of a building.
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