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Information for the Public

See the links below for more information about the House of Representatives, Senate, and the Colorado General Assembly overall:

Colorado General Assembly Overview: A brief history of the legislative branch of Colorado state government, including an explanation of how legislative districts are determined, what services are available in the General Assembly, and how citizens can participate in state government.

Legislative Q & A: Common questions about Colorado state government and symbols, including information about how to contact your Senator or Representative.

Participation in Legislative Hearings: Information about attending legislative committee meetings and testifying for or against a bill in committee meetings.

Public Participation in the Legislative Process

Regulation for Remote Testimony: Description and registration guidelines for offering testimony to a legislative committee from remote locations across the state.

Senate Regulations During a Public Health Disaster Emergency

Executive Committee Policy on Electronic Participation in Joint Committees

The effective date for bills enacted without a safety clause is August 7, 2024, if the General Assembly adjourns sine die on May 8, 2024, unless otherwise specified. Details