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Article VI of Colorado's Constitution and the law of Colorado authorize the establishment of the Judiciary of Colorado. The Colorado Supreme Court, Colorado Court of Appeals, and Colorado District Courts are some of the courts. There are also Colorado County Courts, Colorado Water Courts, Colorado Municipal Courts, and Colorado Court of Appeals. As its executive head, the Chief Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court is responsible for the administration of the state judiciary system. He is assisted by several commissions. Denver's county and municipal courts are administratively distinct from the state court system, but they are integrated.
The state court system includes all the above courts, except for the Denver county court and municipal courts. Denver's county courts and municipal courts have been integrated. They are not part of the state court system for administrative reasons. The Denver Probate Court, Denver Juvenile Court, and the Denver Juvenile Court are responsible for juvenile and probate matters. These matters fall under the jurisdiction of the district court outside Denver.
Colorado borders Wyoming to its north, Nebraska to its northeast, Kansas to the east, Oklahoma, Kansas to the southeast, New Mexico, to Oklahoma, New Mexico, Utah to the west, and Arizona to the southwest at Four Corners. Colorado's vivid landscape is known for its mountains, forests, and mesas as well as canyons, plateaus, and rivers. Colorado is located in the Western and Southwest United States.
Denver is Colorado's capital and the largest city. The state's residents are called Coloradans. However, the more ancient "Coloradoan", is sometimes used. The nation ranks Colorado high in its standard of living index. The economy includes government, defense, mining, agriculture, and tourism. There are also increasing numbers of other manufacturing sectors. Climate change is expected to have a significant impact on Colorado's tourism, agriculture, and forestry economies.