The practice of optometry in the state of Colorado is declared to affect the public
health and safety and is subject to regulation and control in the public interest. Optometry is declared to be a learned profession, and it is further declared to
be a matter of public interest and concern that the practice of optometry as defined
in this article 275 be limited to qualified persons having been examined and meeting
this state's minimum acceptable level of competence and having been admitted to the
practice of optometry under the provisions of this article 275. The priority of this article 275 shall be to protect the consumers of the services
provided through appropriate disciplinary procedures. This article 275 shall be liberally construed to carry out these objects and purposes
in accordance with this declaration of policy.
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