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Regulations interpret but do not exceed the scope of the more general statutes passed by the Colorado General Assembly. The Colorado Division of Insurance maintains the current versions of insurance regulations as well as information concerning rule-making on this website. However, the Colorado Division of Insurance acknowledges the code of Colorado regulations and the Colorado register as the sole official publications for rules, regulations, notices of rule-making, and proposed rules pursuant to § 24-4-103(11)(a), C.R.S.
The code of Colorado regulations and the Colorado register can be accessed online by clicking here: code of Colorado regulations and the Colorado register.
Bulletins express the Division's interpretation of or position on existing law, including both regulations and statutes, but do not have the force of law and can be found only on this website.
Click a button to the left to view specific regulations; bulletins; emergency or proposed regulations; or Colorado laws.
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Sign up to receive Notice of Hearings, Proposed, Promulgated & Emergency Regulations & Bulletins distributed by the Colorado State Forms Center. There is an annual subscription fee of $60.00 (pro-rated quarterly).
Or you may sign-up with the Office of Policy, Research and Regulatory Reform to receive an e-mail alert whenever the Division of Insurance submits a draft proposed rule or amendment to an existing rule. You may sign-up at http://www.dora.state.co.us/pls/real/sb121_web.signup_form
Or you may receive information from National Insurance Law Service (NILS) at 1-800-423-5910. They can provide Proposed, Promulgated & Emergency Regulations, Attorney General Opinions, Bulletins, Laws & Related Laws (not just for Colorado, but for all states). Visit http://www.nils.com/