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Colorado Passes Bill Limiting Fees for Food Delivery Services

Dec. 2, 2020, 11:12 PM

Colorado lawmakers passed a bill allowing local governments to limit fees third-party food delivery companies like DoorDash and UberEats can charge restaurants during the coronavirus pandemic.

The bill (H.B. 1005) also would restrict food delivery service companies from slashing the compensation rate or tips paid to drivers or to retail food establishments to offset their revenue reductions from a fee limit imposed by a county or city. The measure immunizes counties and municipalities from liability for economic damage suffered as a result of a fee-limit ordinance or resolution, according to the Colorado Legislative Council.

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