The United States Constitution is the supreme law of the United States of America.
The Constitution of the State of Colorado is the foundation of the laws and government of the state of Colorado. The current, and only, Colorado State Constitution was drafted March 14, 1876, approved by Colorado voters July 1, 1876, and took effect upon the statehood of Colorado on August 1, 1876. It has been amended several times since then. Click here to view an authenticated copy of the original Colorado State Constitution.
The Colorado Revised Statutes (C.R.S.) are the codified general and permanent statutes of the Colorado General Assembly.
The Session Laws are the collection of statutes enacted by the Colorado General Assembly during a single legislative session.
The Colorado General Assembly adopts, from time to time, some of the proposed uniform legislation recommended by the Uniform Law Commission where uniformity may be deemed desirable and practicable.
The Colorado General Assembly delegates rule-making authority to specified executive agencies. Those administrative rules and regulations are published in the Code of Colorado Regulations by the Colorado Secretary of State.