During a radio interview Saturday, Secretary of State Scott Gessler framed his gubernatorial campaign as a battle to save Colorado from the rot of cor...
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Buried in the bipartisan state budget compromise unveiled yesterday was a steep cut to the tiny budget of the Independent Ethics Commission, reducing the commission's staff from two to one.
When former Governor John Vanderhoof left office in 1975, he couldn't find anyone willing to store a moon rock, so he kept it in his Grand Junction office for years.
While the procedures used at yesterday's hearing were an improvement over the IEC's first hearing, the IEC should make more changes to the complaint process.
Here are the five scandals, from Scott McInnis' damning voice mail to Gale Norton's questionable oil industry work, we thought deserved to be remembered as we enter a new year.
The addition of a second staff member is a signal that the IEC intends to be proactive about investigating complaints in the future.
Gov. Bill Ritter's staffers can accept meals or tickets worth more than $50 at events where he is speaking if their presence is "reasonably necessary"...
Dear Colorado GOP: Twitter doesn't care what you think about the people on the other end; it just wants more of them. It's not a list-serve. It's the Twitter. You're either on it or you're off it.
Why is the Ethics Commission so concerned about having to operate in the public eye that it is considering going to the legislature to ask for a special exemption from the sunshine laws?
The Colorado Independent on Tuesday asked the state's top ethics panel to turn over recordings of more than a dozen secret meetings held this year -- ...
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