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Colorado Regulatory Research

Teaches how to locate Colorado regulations, including historical regulations.

Locating Regulations in Print

To locate a regulation in print, the researcher needs a CCR citation (e.g. 1 CCR 204-13). If the researcher does not have a CCR ciation, the researcher can obtain one by using the set index or by browsing the table of contents, both of which are located in the "Guide" volume. (Please note that the print version of the CCR is not the official publication of current Colorado regulations.)


Once the citation has been identified, the researcher need only go to the indicated volume, the first number in the citation, and turn to the page (or section) number.

The first page of the regulation is the title page and it notes the statutory aurithority for the regulation, as well as the effective date, history, citations to the AG Opinions and any annotations.
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