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List of U.S. state statutory codes

 

List of U.S. state statutory codes

This is an incomplete list of statutory codes from the U.S. States.

State Statutory code Date adopted Notes External link
 Alabama Code of Alabama 1975 Code of Alabama
 Alaska Alaska Statutes 1962 Alaska Statutes
 Arizona Arizona Revised Statutes January 9, 1956 [1] Arizona Revised Statutes
 Arkansas Arkansas Code 1987 Arkansas Code
 California California Codes California Law
 Colorado Colorado Revised Statutes Colorado Revised Statutes
 Connecticut Connecticut General Statutes Connecticut General Statutes
 Delaware Delaware Code Delaware Code
 District of Columbia District of Columbia Official Code District of Columbia Official Code
 Florida Florida Statutes Florida Statutes
 Georgia Official Code of Georgia Annotated Georgia Code
 Hawaii Hawaii Revised Statutes Hawaii Revised Statutes
 Idaho Idaho Statutes Idaho Statutes
 Illinois Illinois Compiled Statutes January 1, 1993 ILCS; replaced Illinois Revised Statutes (Ill.Rev.Stat.) of 1874 Illinois Compiled Statutes (Background)
 Indiana Indiana Code Indiana Code
 Iowa Code of Iowa Merged Iowa Code and Supplement
 Kansas Kansas Statutes Kansas Statutes
 Kentucky Kentucky Revised Statutes Kentucky Revised Statutes
 Louisiana Louisiana Revised Statutes Louisiana Revised Statutes
 Maine Maine Revised Statutes Maine Revised Statutes
 Maryland Maryland Code Maryland Code
 Massachusetts General Laws of Massachusetts 1920 Replaced the "General Statutes" in 1920; currently updated via session laws referred to as chapters within yearly acts (i.e., Chapter 75 of the Acts of 1986). Massachusetts General Laws
 Michigan Michigan Compiled Laws Michigan Compiled Laws
 Minnesota Minnesota Statutes Minnesota Statutes
 Mississippi Mississippi Unannotated Code Mississippi Unannotated Code
 Missouri Missouri Revised Statutes Missouri Revised Statutes
 Montana Montana Code Annotated Montana Code Annotated
 Nebraska State of Nebraska Statutes State of Nebraska Statutes
 Nevada Nevada Revised Statutes Nevada Revised Statutes
 New Hampshire State of New Hampshire Revised Statutes State of New Hampshire Revised Statutes
 New Jersey New Jersey Statutes New Jersey Statutes Annotated
 New Mexico New Mexico Statutes Annotated 1978 Replaced the 1953 compilation. Published by the New Mexico Compilation Commission New Mexico Statutes Unannotated
 New York Consolidated Laws of New York 1909 Consolidated Laws of New York
 North Carolina North Carolina General Statutes North Carolina General Statutes
  North Dakota North Dakota Century Code North Dakota Century Code
 Ohio Ohio Revised Code Ohio Revised Code
 Oklahoma Oklahoma Statutes [11]
 Oregon Oregon Revised Statutes Oregon Revised Statutes
 Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes 1970-present Before 1970, there was no official codification of Pennsylvania's statutes; the proprietary codification by Purdon was a de facto standard. As the official code is incomplete, the Purdon code is still in use for some topics. [12] Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes
 Puerto Rico Leyes de Puerto Rico [13]
 Rhode Island Rhode Island General Laws Rhode Island General Laws
 South Carolina South Carolina Code of Laws South Carolina Code of Laws
 South Dakota South Dakota Codified Laws [14]
 Tennessee Tennessee Code Annotated [15]
 Texas Texas Statutes Texas Constitution & Statutes
 Utah Utah Code [16]
 Virgin Islands Virgin Islands Code [17]
 Vermont Vermont Statutes Annotated Vermont Statutes Online
 Virginia Code of Virginia 1950 Code of Virginia
 Washington Revised Code of Washington Revised Code of Washington
 West Virginia West Virginia Code [18]
 Wisconsin Wisconsin Statutes & Annotations Wisconsin Statutes & Annotations
 Wyoming Wyoming Statutes [19]
State Statutory code Date adopted Notes External link


See also

References

  1. ^ A.R.S. section 1-102, [20], Arizona State Legislature

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