Colorado

The following information covers the Administrative Register, Administrative Code, Session Laws, Statutes, Supreme Court and Appellate Court Opinions.

Official Status
Administrative Code and Register are designated official. Statutes, Session Laws, Supreme and Appellate Court Opinions are not designated official.

Authentication
Administrative Code, Register, Statutes, Session Laws, Supreme and Appellate Court Opinions are not authenticated.*

Preservation
Administrative Code and Register are preserved. Statutes, Session Laws, Supreme and 
Appellate Court Opinions are not preserved.

Permanent Public Access
The state has guaranteed permanent public access for the Administrative Code and Register. The state has not guaranteed permanent public access for the Statutes, Session Laws, Supreme and Appellate Court Opinions.

Copyright
Statutes are copyrighted by the Committee on Legal Services for the State of Colorado. Code, Register, Session Laws, Supreme and Appellate Court Opinions are not copyrighted.

Universal Citation
The state adopted universal citation in 2012

More Information
2007 Report
2009 Update
State Inventory

UELMA
Colorado is the first state to enact the Uniform Electronic Legal Material Act (UELMA). UELMA, introduced in Colorado as H.B. 1194, was signed into law by Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper on April 26, 2012.

*As implementation of UELMA is in progress, conclusions may change.

Updated 2/22/15