This memorandum provides an organizational structure of the staff of the Colorado legislature.
The General Assembly considered multiple bills related to higher education, including legislation focused on financial aid and loan forgiveness, credentials and workforce development, health and wellness, faculty, and governance and administration.
Colorado’s population reached nearly 5.8 million according to the 2020 census, a 14.8 percent increase from 2010. For those joining the influx of new people moving to the Centennial State, this issue brief outlines best practices for establishing residency, applying for state...
Deadline Schedule for the 2024 Colorado General Assembly
A visual guide to the badges worn by Capitol staff.
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List of Special Sessions of the Colorado General Assembly Since Statehood.
This memorandum is intended for use by policymakers, legislative drafters, and budget analysts to understand the different funding mechanisms that may be used in legislation. It describes how different funding mechanisms in legislation impact the state budget and how they are shown in fiscal...
This document provides a summary of major 2014 elections legislation.
The 2023 Colorado General Assembly considered a range of election bills related to the funding and administration of elections, recalls and vacancies, and voting systems.
During the 2021 legislative session, the General Assembly considered several measures related to election administration, election audits, ballot access, candidates and campaigns, and redistricting.
During the 2021 legislative session, the General Assembly considered several energy‑related measures. These bills addressed the Public Utilities Commission’s operations, the Colorado Energy Office’s funding, renewable energy, electricity generation, transmission and use, and oil and gas.