Investigation finds campaign finance, ethics, open records areas where Colorado needs to improve

Investigation finds campaign finance, ethics, open records areas where Colorado needs to improve

Megan Schrader (The Colorado Springs Gazette)-

Colorado fared better than many states in a measure of how vulnerable to corruptible state government and officials are, but the research compiled by the Center for Public Integrity still found cause for concern – particularly with the state’s laws regulating open records, campaign finance and ethics.

The State Integrity Investigation was released Monday by the national nonprofit news group and gave all 50 states a letter grade based on a detailed rubric that scored performances in 13 categories… Click here to read the full article >>

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