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Penry email strategy garners increased scrutiny

Building from reports last month on a possible breach of campaign-finance regulations, Colorado Ethics Watch has filed a Colorado Opens Record Act request to determine whether the government-funded Colorado Senate Minority Office provided the gubernatorial campaign of Senate Minority Leader Josh Penry (R-Grand Junction) with email contact lists. Colorado law prohibits state agencies from providing contributions to a campaign. Ethics Watch contends the email lists are valuable and would amount to a campaign contribution.

Colo. Senate GOP hosting Internet ‘attack site’

Colorado Senate News.com, that rich vein of "news and information from the Senate Minority Office," has morphed from a public relations faux-news outlet to an Internet "attack site"! Surfing to the Web address brings notices not to open the site because it may "try to install programs that steal private information, use your computer to attack others or damage your system."

Ethics Group Wants Action Against State Minority Leader

The Denver District Attorney's office is balking on a case that could land one of the state's leading politicians in legal trouble. That's according...

Governor’s Labor Talk Gives Way To Open Records Shuffle

Collective bargaining for state employees may not seem like a boiling topic when compared to controversial debates on immigration or gay marriage, but the...

Watching The Brad Jones Show

What do you get when you combine libertarian beliefs with a moxie for mainstream media attention?  One possible answer is Brad Jones, the young...

One Very Expensive Website

The Republican Senate Minority Office has come under fire in recent weeks for its potential involvement in partisan political activities through its Web site...

The Real Diversity Crisis in Colorado Higher Education

Before Brad Jones earned notoriety for his role in the scandal over coordination between his partisan Republican website and state legislative employees, he cut...

Minority Office Attack Raises More Questions

As was reported by Colorado Confidential on Monday, Colorado Citizens for Ethics in Government (CCEG), a local non-profit and non-partisan watchdog group, submitted letters...

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...

Face The Press

Were state resources used for partisan politics? A Colorado Confidential report raised that very question yesterday, when it was revealed that ColoradoSenateNews.com, the Web site...