Colorado ethics commission has no investigators, little authority

Colorado ethics commission has no investigators, little authority

Joey Bunch (Denver Post)- The Colorado Independent Ethics Commission, approved by voters in 2006, struggles to do its work for lack of authority, resources and money, say critics who include former administrators.

Its limitations have made what might have been a graft-busting agency a panel of five political appointees who give their opinions and, at worst, charge a fine of double the amount of money in question.

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