Colorado Ethics Watch released Money Spill, a follow up to the organization’s 2013 Spend, Baby, Spend report, this time revealing significantly increased spending by the oil and gas industry during the 2014 election cycle compared to previous years. Learn More >

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Administrative Judge Orders CCL, RMGO to Disclose Electioneering Money

In a case filed by Ethics Watch, a judge has ordered Colorado Campaign for Life (CCL) and Rocky… 

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Federal judge won’t block hearing against RMGO and CO Campaign for Life

A planned hearing will go forward tomorrow after a federal judge declined to block prosecution of a campaign… 

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Ethics Watch Releases “Money Spill: Oil and Gas Spending in 2014 Colorado Elections”

Today, Ethics Watch released Money Spill, a follow up to the organization’s 2013 Spend, Baby, Spend report, this time revealing significantly increased spending by the oil and gas industry during the 2014 election cycle compared to previous years. Read More ›

Dr. Chaps’s nonprofit fails to file papers, legal charity status suspended

The Colorado Independent (John Tomasic) Lawmaker’s ‘Pray in Jesus Name’ project can not legally solicit or accept donations. Fundraising pleas keep coming. Read More ›

5 Years After Citizens United, Big Oil and Gas Money Spills Into Colorado Elections

Huffington Post Denver (Peg Perl) It's the fifth anniversary of Citizens United v. FEC, the case that launched a thousand SuperPACs. Read More ›