A Tale of Two Web Sites
The apparent pretext behind Colorado Senate News.com, the official communications hub for the Senate Minority Communications Office, is as important as recently discovered revelations of cover-ups between it and Republican political operatives.
A comparison of Colorado Senate News.com and Colorado House.org, the Web site maintained by the House Majority Communications Office, demonstrates stark differences between providing public information on legislative activities and lobbing partisan attacks on political opponents – and all seemingly conducted by taxpayer-funded state employees.
Colorado Confidential will have more on this developing story throughout the week.
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