Ethics Watch in the News
October 20, 2014

Gun group sues Colorado Secretary of State, watchdog group

Rocky Mountain Gun Owners is suing the Colorado Secretary of State after the agency requested donor records from the Windsor-based pro-gun lobbying group.

RMGO filed the lawsuit Monday in response to the Colorado Secretary of State’s claims that the group violated Colorado disclosure laws. RMGO reportedly spent more than $1,000 on promoting two Republican state senate candidates and didn’t report where the money came from with state.

Citizens United given go-ahead to run ads for “Rocky Mountain Heist”

The Denver Post (Joey Bunch) Citizens United, the conservative group behind the new film "Rocky Mountain Heist," can run ads promoting the movie, but still risk answering for it in court, the Colorado Secretary of State's Office said. Read More ›

Rocky Mountain Gun Owners: We’re suing Sec of State, Ethics Watch

The Colorado Independent (John Tomasic) Colorado’s rough-and-tumble politics firearm-liberty group Rocky Mountain Gun Owners is headed back to court. Read More ›

Citizens United movie-advertisers must disclose funders in Colorado

The Colorado Independent (Tessa Cheek) This week brought a win for supporters of Colorado’s campaign finance disclosure laws when the United States 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that Citizens United must tell voters who is paying for advertisements they plan to run for their election-cycle film “Rocky Mountain Heist." Read More ›

Citizens United releases trailer for “Rocky Mountain Heist”

The Denver Post (Joey Bunch) Here is your first look at “Rocky Mountain Heist,” the movie about how the political right thinks the political left took control of Colorado. Read More ›

Councilmember raises motel owner’s hackles

Littleton Independent (Jennifer Smith) Randy Stein makes offer on 'blighted' property Read More ›

Boulder’s Issue 2B allows closed sessions

Boulder Daily Camera (Erica Meltzer) Voters have rejected executive sessions before; leaders think muni push changes things Read More ›

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