The Colorado Antidiscrimination Act prohibits all public and private employers from discriminating in their hiring practices on the basis of race, creed, color, sex (including sexual harassment), sexual orientation (including transgender status), religion, national origin, ancestry, age, or disability (CO Rev. Stat. Sec. 24-34-401et seq.).
The Act also prohibits employers with 25 or more employees from refusing to hire a person who is married to, or plans to marry, an employee of the employer. There are exceptions if one spouse would supervise the other spouse, audit or receive money handled by the other spouse, or have access to the employer's confidential information, including payroll and personnel records.
Social Media. An employer shall not require an employee or applicant for employment to disclose a user name, password, or other means for accessing a personal account or service through an electronic communications device. This does not include access to nonpersonal accounts or services that provide access to the employer's internal computer or information systems.