Colorado Statutes and Legislative Info.
|Access for All: Providing a Window to the Legislative Process for Colorado's Citizens||Contains fulltext, searchable Colorado Legislative Council Research Publications as well as handouts and resources for state and federal legislative history research.|
|Colorado Constitution||Click folder icon before Colorado Constitution and use Search template in this free database from LexisNexis.|
|Colorado General Assembly||Contains current & historical bills, resolutions, calendars, committees, etc.|
|Colorado Joint Legislative Library: Background, Resources, and Services||From Legal Research Corner column in Colorado Lawyer (2007)|
|Colorado Legislative Council||Serves as nonpartisan research arm of the Colorado General Assembly. Provides staff support to legislative committees, responds to requests for research and constituent services, prepares fiscal notes, provides revenue projections, and more.|
|Colorado Legislative Drafting Manual||2008 version from Office of Legislative Legal Services. Includes procedures, examples and sample clauses for drafting bills, resolutions, etc.|
|Colorado Legislative History||Westminster Law Library Research Guide|
|Colorado Legislators Past & Present||Created by the CO Joint Legislative Library, this database includes information on all Colorado legislators from territorial times to now. Profiles of each member include: Legislative chamber; years served; city and counties served; political party; district number; occupation; etc.|
|Colorado Revised Statutes||Use this free database from LexisNexis to research the official edition of Colorado Revised Statutes and other legal resources.|
|Colorado State Archives - Legislative Records||The Colorado State Archives services a variety of records useful as resources for legislative information and intent, especially since 1973, including tape recordings of Legislative Committee Hearings and Floor Sessions. (Closed Wednesdays.)|
|Conducting Colorado Legislative History Research||From Legal Research Corner column in Colorado Lawyer (2008)|
|Office of Legislative Legal Services||Serves as nonpartisian in-house counsel for the Colorado Legislature. Writes laws, produces statutes, reviews administrative rules, comments on initiative measures, and serves the public as a resource for legislative information.|
|Quick Guide to Colorado Legislative Information||Find direct links to the Colorado General Assembly and Colorado Legislative Council with Colorado Department of Education, Colorado State Publications Library.|
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