Other States Warned About Gift Bans
A front-page story on Stateline.org today describes Colorado’s Amendment 41 as a cautionary tale:
Colorado is having second thoughts after changing its constitution last fall to forbid state employees from accepting gifts worth more than $50. State workers fear their children will have to turn down scholarships, and professors are told they can’t accept academic prize money.
Stateline reporter Andrew Knapp gets insight from all the usual suspects: Jared Polis, Katy Atkinson and Jenny Flannigan of Colorado Common Cause.
Go to Stateline to read the full story.
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