Make Your Voice Heard!


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Often, fewer than 10 citizens contact state legislators about a bill. Your email or phone call can make a difference. 
Each bill introduced in the Colorado legislature gets a hearing before a committee. Anyone can testify for or against a bill, in person or through the new remote testimony system.
Working with a group will amplify your voice.



United States Congress is a very complete website provided by the Library of Congress. You can search for legislation, committee reports, roll call votes, executive communications, and much more.

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Colorado General Assembly

On the General Assembly website at

House and Senate bills, including current status, votes, amendments

Contact information for Senators and Representatives

Calendars for House and Senate floorwork and committees

Video of House and Senate in session and audio of committee hearings

The Bill Room is located in the basement of the Legislative Services Building, 200 E 14th Ave, or phone 303-866-3055. Bills, daily journals showing votes, status sheets, contact information and calendars are available in hardcopy at the Bill Room during the session.

If a bill is not calendared (scheduled), you may contact the sponsor(s) of the legislation for information.

The Legislative Council staff is another souce of information, 303-866-3521.

The LWVCO Legislative Action Committee publishes a Legislative Letter every two weeks, writing about the content, background and status of bills of interest to the League of Women Voters.