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Legislative Ethics Board Advisory Opinion 2006-1

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Pursuant to § 24-18-113, C.R.S., there is a board of ethics for the general assembly that consists of four legislative members. Upon written request of a member of the general assembly, the board of ethics issues advisory opinions concerning issues relating to the requesting member's conduct and the provisions of article 18 of title 24, C.R.S., "Standards of Conduct".

Board Members

Senator Mike Foote
Senator Chris Holbert
Representative Adrienne Benavidez
Representative Kevin Van Winkle

The Red Book is a publication that accompanies the Session Laws that lists all changes made by amendments, additions, and repeals to Colorado Revised Statutes at the preceding legislative session.

This tabulation indicates all changes made by amendments, additions, and repeals to Colorado Revised Statutes by the Sixty-fourth General Assembly at its First Regular Session in 2003. These changes will appear in the 2003 Colorado Revised Statutes.

This tabulation indicates all changes made by amendments, additions, and repeals to Colorado Revised Statutes by the Sixty-fourth General Assembly at its Second Regular Session in 2004. These changes will appear in the 2004 Colorado Revised Statutes.

This tabulation indicates all changes made by amendments, additions, and repeals to Colorado Revised Statutes by the Sixty-fifth General Assembly at its First Regular Session in 2005.  These changes will appear in the 2005 Colorado Revised Statutes.

There are 65 Representatives who serve the state of Colorado. Representatives are elected to two-year terms, and may serve a total of four consecutive terms. Representatives must have attained the age of twenty-five years, be a United States citizen, and be a resident of the district from which the Representative is elected for at least twelve months prior to election. The entire membership of the House is elected biennially.

This tabulation indicates all changes made by amendments, additions, and repeals to Colorado Revised Statutes by the Sixty-fifth General Assembly at its Second Regular Session in 2006.  These changes will appear in the 2006 Colorado Revised Statutes.

This tabulation indicates all changes made by amendments, additions, and repeals to Colorado Revised Statutes by the Sixty-sixth General Assembly at its First Regular Session in 2007.  These changes will appear in the 2007 Colorado Revised Statutes.

This tabulation indicates all changes made by amendments, additions, and repeals to Colorado Revised Statutes by the Sixty-sixth General Assembly at its Second Regular Session in 2008.  These changes will appear in the 2008 Colorado Revised Statutes.

This tabulation indicates all changes made by amendments, additions, and repeals to Colorado Revised Statutes by the Sixty-seventh General Assembly at its First Regular Session in 2009.  These changes will appear in the 2009 Colorado Revised Statutes.

This tabulation indicates all changes made by amendments, additions, and repeals to Colorado Revised Statutes by the Sixty-seventh General Assembly at its Second Regular Session in 2010.  These changes will appear in the 2010 Colorado Revised Statutes.

Adherence to these rules and guidelines in the everyday conduct of legislative matters enhances the legislative process.  Failure to observe them  inhibits the interchange of information and discredits the legislative process and those who participate therein.

Lobbyists should familiarize themselves with Article XXIX of the Colorado  Constitution, Colorado Revised Statutes 24-6-301 through 24-6-309, and any rules of the General Assembly concerning lobbying (Joint Senate and House Rule 36; Senate Rules 31 and 41; House Rules 39, 40 and 41).

This tabulation indicates all changes made by amendments, additions, and repeals to Colorado Revised Statutes by the Sixty-eighth General Assembly at its First Regular Session in 2011. These changes will appear in the 2011 Colorado Revised Statutes.

This tabulation indicates all changes made by amendments, additions, and repeals to Colorado Revised Statutes by the Sixty-eighth General Assembly at its Second Regular Session and First Extraordinary Session in 2012. These changes will appear in the 2012 Colorado Revised Statutes.

The House and Senate have a new practice for journalists who wish to be on the chamber floors during debate.

The Colorado Capitol Press Association -- made up of full-time correspondents at the Capitol -- will make recommendations on press credentials to the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House. Please click below for the association's rules, directions on how to apply, and an application form.

This tabulation indicates all changes made by amendments, additions, and repeals to Colorado Revised Statutes by the Sixthy-ninth General Assembly at its First Regular Session in 2013. These changes will appear in the 2013 Colorado Revised Statutes.

This tabulation indicates all changes made by amendments, additions, and repeals to Colorado Revised Statutes by the Sixthy-ninth General Assembly at its Second Regular Session in 2014. These changes will appear in the 2014 Colorado Revised Statutes.

This tabulation indicates all changes made by amendments, additions, and repeals to Colorado Revised Statutes by the Seventieth General Assembly at its First Regular Session in 2015. These changes will appear in the 2015 Colorado Revised Statutes.

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