Ethics panel investigation featured on KGNU
Ernest Luning continues the discussion this morning on our exclusive reporting on improprieties by the Colorado Independent Ethics Commission that continues to repeatedly hold secretive, closed-door meetings.
The state’s top ethics panel Friday denied the Colorado Independent’s request for recordings of 14 secret meetings just this year that appear to violate state Open Meetings Law. Ironically, the commission was established in 2006 when voters passed Amendment 41 to demand greater transparency and accountability in government.
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