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    Noticed your discussion. What is the Colorado law regarding breaks & lunch time? Is it like the standard >4 hours requires a break and >6 hours requires a lunch? I have a daughter who works as a desk clerk in a hotel, and they tell her in their industry they are not required to give lunches and breaks at all, so she doesn't get either. She must work 8 hours straight through. Any truth to that as far as you can tell?

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    d ed, please start your own thread instead of hijacking one over six months old. Thank you.
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      I will start a new thread.
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        http://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite...&ssbinary=true
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