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This guide contains advice and links for researching the current and past activities of the Colorado General Assembly. Go here if you are looking for Colorado state laws or legislative history.
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Live Legislative Video

  • Live Legislative Video
    Watch the House Chambers when they are in session:
    Committee hearings ARE NOT available on video
  • Live Legislative Audio  
    The time and place for scheduled hearings is subject to change. The broadcasts will only occur when the committees are in session. (Note: Requires Windows Media Player)

Open Web Resources

Colorado Information Marketplace


Maps, datasets, charts, calendars, documents, files, and forms from all State agencies.


    Colorado General Assembly


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    Colorado Legislative Proceedings

    The State of Colorado provides access for the public citizen, via the open web, to current and previous session records, 1997 to present, including proposed bills; committee reports, fiscal notes; current votes and final laws.  Live video of House and Senate proceedingswhen they are in session. Archived Videos since the 2008 Session are also available.  Live audio of House & Senate Chambers & all Committee Proceedings, are available, when the committees are in session.   House proceedings are summarized  in the House Journals and Calendars.   The history behind House and Senate bills can sometimes be obtained by interviewing the sponsor of the bill or by researching issues through newspaper and news bureau coverage.    


    Current Regular Session Information

    House - Current Regular Session

    Senate - Current Regular Session


    Start with the Colorado General Assembly.    Then go to these resources: 


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