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In Re Interrogatories on Senate Bill 21-247

Last Updated Jun 1, 2021
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The Colorado legislature passed resolution 21-1008 requesting the Colorado Supreme Court rule on the constitutionality of Senate Bill 21-247. The Colorado Supreme Court ruled the bill was unconstitutional on the grounds the General Assembly lacks the authority to require the independent commission interpret the constitution in a particular way or take any action beyond what is outlined under Article V section 44 and 48.4.

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    Name Last Modified
Document icon Senate bill 21-247 Apr 16, 2021
Document icon Interrogatory request May 5, 2021
Highlighted document Document icon Decision Jun 1, 2021