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West to the 32nd Meridian: Colorado Legislation Pt. 2

  “The legislature, presumably, is paramount among the lawmaking organs of the political state. Subject to the Constitution, when it propounds law, its pronouncement is supreme.”…

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West to the 32nd Meridian: Colorado Legislation Pt. 1

  We whose names are underwritten … having undertaken … a voyage to plant ye first colonie …, doe … covenant & combine our selves togeather…

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West to the 32nd Meridian: The Colorado Constitution

  In the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision McCulloch v. Maryland, Chief Justice John Marshall famously wrote, “… we must never forget that it is a…

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West to the 32nd Meridian Quarterly: A Legal Research Column

When the U.S. Congress passed the enabling act that provided for the creation of the State of Colorado and its admission into the union, the original…

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The More Things Change, the More They Remain the Same

Welcome to the newest Colorado Supreme Court Library. Located on the first floor of the recently constructed Ralph L. Carr Colorado Judicial Center, the Colorado Supreme…

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