(1)Legislative bills, memorials, resolutions, calendars, the daily journals of each house of the general assembly, and the session laws shall be printed in accordance with such specifications as shall be drawn by the speaker and chief clerk of the house of representatives and the president and secretary of the senate.
(2)Intentionally left blank —Ed.
(a)Acts which amend existing law shall show the specific changes to the existing law in the manner provided by joint rule of the senate and the house of representatives.
(f)If through error or omission any amendatory act or part thereof is not printed in the session laws in compliance with this subsection (2), such error or omission shall not affect the validity of such act.
(g)Corrections may be made to an enrolled bill before being printed in the session laws under the direction of the chief clerk of the house of representatives, in the case of a house bill, or the secretary of the senate, in the case of a senate bill, if such corrections involve only punctuation, capitalization, and crossed-out material and do not change the meaning of the act.
(3)The reports of the supreme court and court of appeals shall be printed in accordance with such specifications as shall be drawn by the chief justice and the reporter of the supreme court.
Section 24-70-204 — Specifications,
https://leg.colorado.gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-24.pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).