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|State||Statute||Description/Statute Name||Statutory language||Type of obligation||Actor|
|Colorado||Colo. Rev. Stat. §17-1-113(4)(e); Colo. Rev. Stat. §17-1-113(5)||Medical Visits - Charge to Inmates - Legislative Declaration||
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(e) The information to be obtained by department personnel at the time of the inmate's medical, dental, mental health, or optometric visit on a standardized department form, including the inmate's
name, the inmate's identification number, the amount of the copayment assessed, if any, the reason for the visit, the type of service rendered, and the basis for any waiver of the copayment; (5) The department shall monitor the information collected pursuant to paragraph (e) of subsection (4) of this section to ensure that the copayment procedures are being applied consistently to all inmate.
|Obligation to collect or record||Law enforcement|
|Colorado||Colo. Rev. Stat. § 13-32-106||Fee Bill and Application of Fees||
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Any person in interest in any cause is entitled to a certified bill of costs or fees specifically itemized. All fees collected by any clerk or judge shall be paid
over to the state treasurer as provided by law, except as provided in section 30-1-112, C.R.S. No clerk of any court of record shall certify a record to the supreme court or to any other court until he collects all clerk's costs and fees then due and payable from the person ordering the record, unless otherwise ordered by the court in which the record reposes or by the court to which the cause was transferred or appealed, or from which appellate review as provided by law and the Colorado appellate rules may issue.
|Obligation to respond to public records requests||All courts|
|Colorado||Colo. Rev. Stat. § 13-32-107||Fee Book a Public Record||
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The fee book to be kept by each clerk is a public record and subject to public inspection as are all other records of his office, except those specifically excluded
by statute or order of court.
|Obligation to collect or record, Obligation to respond to public records requests||All courts|