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Colorado Statutes Annotated - Colorado laws currently in force. Arranged by subject. Updated annually by Colorado State Legislature. Free Public Access. This website is maintained by LexisNexis®, the publisher of the Colorado Revised Statutes, to provide free public access to the law. It is not intended to replace professional legal consultation or advanced legal research tools.
Call Number: Main Reference Stacks KFC1830 .A434 (latest) and Hampden Stacks KFC1830 .A434
Publication Date: 1994 - present
Immediately after the adjournment of each session, the Office of Legislative Legal Services indexes and publishes all the bills and concurrent resolutions passed at that session together with those resolutions and memorials designated for printing by the Senate and the House of Representatives. The “Red Book,” (so called because it was originally bound in a red cover), is a “Tabulation” of all changes made by amendments, additions, and repeals to Colorado Revised Statutes by Chapter, House or Senate Bill number or by Statute. The “Red Book,” is available online, back to 1993. Prior to 1993, Session Laws in Red Book format are available in hard copy form for public review in the Colorado Joint Legislative Library in the Capitol basement.
“Colorado Session Laws” is a digital replica of the print Colorado Session Law volumes as published by the State of Colorado. All volumes were drawn from the William A. Wise Law Library’s collection and digitized with the permission of the State of Colorado.
The administrative rules of Colorado's executive agencies. Notices of rulemaking, proposed rules, new and amended rules, and Attorney General rules opinions are published twice monthly in the companion publication, the Colorado Register.