Privacy Policy

State Bill Colorado Privacy Policy

  1. State Bill Colorado will not give your name, phone number or e-mail address to any non-Intellient Interactive company, except to comply with local, state and federal laws and except in response to a law-enforcement agency or judicial process.
  2. Use of data files to track users: State Bill Colorado is a password-protected site and, as such, uses data files such as "cookies" to ensure that the site remains secure. We also use cookies to save your password so you need not re-enter it each time you visit our Web site. Cookies are used to provide security and are not used to gather information about users. We do not share information about our users with non-Intellinet Interactive sites.
  3. State Bill Colorado retains information about searches conducted on its site but does not release information about individual searches to anyone except to comply with local, state and federal laws; and in response to a law-enforcement agency or judicial process. We gather aggregate information on site activity, e.g. how many viewers, the pages they visit, etc., to improve site content.
  4. State Bill Colorado's information practices may change. When changes occur, they will be posted on our Web site.

About Public Records

State Bill Colorado distributes public-record information obtained directly from government entities or from reputable third parties who have compiled such information from governmental entities. Since all of the information that State Bill Colorado provides comes from public records, we are not in a position to correct alleged inaccuracies in the data. We will however assist individuals and businesses in contacting the correct agencies should an issue of accuracy arise.

Our commitment to furnish users with reasonably accurate reproduction of information in public record information systems does not permit alteration of the substantive content of public record information products or services. However, when contacted by an individual concerning an alleged inaccuracy about that individual, State Bill Colorado will inform the individual of the source of the information and, if reasonably available, indicate where a request for correction may be directed.

We respect your privacy concerns. If you have a compelling privacy or security issue, you may wish to contact the official custodians of the public records that contain sensitive information about you to determine how, if possible, to remove your information from the public record. For the court system, you may contact the district or county court that handled your case. For a list of courts, click here.

Although State Bill Colorado does not sell mailing lists, you may wish to contact the Direct Marketing Association if you are concerned about unwanted mail or telephone solicitations or about the collection of marketing data about you. This association maintains a list of individuals who do not want to receive telephone solicitations, "junk" mail, product offers and catalogues. The DMA's addresses are:

Direct Marketing Association
Mail Preference Service
PO Box 9008
Farmingdale, New York 11735
Telephone Preference Service
PO Box 9014
Farmingdale, New York 11735
You can also visit the DMA's web site at