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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.

In order to ensure decorum and a civil environment in which public testimony on legislation is enhanced and not disrupted, we ask that you please observe the following rules:

Sign-Up Sheet: Members of the public are welcome to address the committee when the chair asks for public testimony. If you wish to comment or testify on a bill, there is a sign-up sheet for the public prior to the start of the hearing. This is usually located on the table where legislators are seated or near the committee room entrance.

There are 100 individual Colorado citizens elected to serve in the Colorado General Assembly. There are 65 Representatives and 35 Senators in the Colorado General Assembly, the Senate having a smaller number of districts with each district representing a greater number of people than any individual House district. Colorado state Senate and House districts are determined by the citizen population in each district, and therefore can be made up of whole counties or portions of counties, depending on the population of that county.

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