Denver (AP) - Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter is finishing up the bills remaining from this year's legislature.
He has until Friday to sign or veto the measures, or they become law without his signature. He plans to sign more than a dozen bills on Thursday.
They include three transportation bills, a measure promoting Colorado's film industry and a new law providing tax incentives for people who donate their water rights.
Another measure eliminates a requirement that restaurant meals provided at reduced charge be considered part of an employee's salary for calculating a sales and use tax exemption.
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