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Perl to run for Denver Clerk and Recorder

Peg Perl, who spent more than five years at Colorado Ethics Watch, is throwing her hat into the ring for elected office. Perl today told...

DA consortium on Zenzinger fortune cookies: No crime here

With less than a week to go before the votes are counted in her hotly-contested district, Colorado state Senate candidate Rachel Zenzinger is working...

Lawmakers fail to reform Colorado’s Ethics Commission

The Republican-controlled Senate State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee shot down a bill Monday that would have begun to reform Colorado’s Independent Ethics Commission. The...

House votes for disclosure of independent spending on ads touting political...

This story first appeared on the Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition website.  The Colorado House voted Monday to require independent groups and individuals to disclose...

TABOR is Jabba the Hut: Peg Perl’s Buzzfeed political observations

As lawyers go, Peg Perl's pretty fierce. She knows all about state government, ethics, courts, judges and laws. But she has other talents as well....

Judicial watchdogs urge Sens. Bennet and Gardner to cooperate in filling...

Yesterday, a judicial watchdog coalition delivered a petition demanding that Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet and Republican Sen. Cory Gardner work together and ensure that the...

Cynthia Coffman’s private-meeting invitation irks SW Colorado public officials

At the peak of the Animas River crisis, Cynthia Coffman reached out to the Durango City Council and La Plata County Commission and invited...

Coal-fired debate over the federal coal program

Coal industry members, environmentalists and state and local officials all gathered in a Marriott hotel conference room in Golden on Tuesday to weigh in...

Colorado Ethics Watch nudges Jeffco school board: Stop violating Colorado Open...

The embattled Jefferson County School Board, which has been accused of violating the Colorado Open Records Act by failing to have an email retention...

A bull market: The rising cost of public records

Many city, county and state government offices are charging increasingly high fees for public documents in a state that helped pioneer the national movement for government transparency and unfettered access to public records.