- AZ -- State has officially adopted the 2006 IECC, but some of the small towns are still on the 2003 version. Phoenix, Tempe, and Tucson are on the 2006. No jurisdictions are on the 2009 version.
- CO -- State Transportation is on the 2009, but most of the municipalities are on the 2006, including Golden, Greeley, Littleton & Denver. Colorado Springs is still on the 2003 IECC.
- TX -- State Transportation is on the 2006, with Carrollton, Dallas & Irving complying. Austin is on the 2009, and Houston & Lubbock are on the 2000 version of the IECC.
- UT -- Entire state is on the 2009 IECC (base version, no additions).
- CA -- Has its own Title 24 version of energy code.
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Karen Ray Bernauer, United States4 years ago Comments: Building Green would be fantastic, but my husband works comercial construction, the paperwork and paper trail is the most insane thing I have ever heard. It takes a tree worth of paper to follow a 2x4 to a job site.
Manuel Garcia, United States4 years ago Comments: Albuquerques housing market can not afford any added pressure. This is not the time to implement such codes.
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