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Colorado Lawmaker Facing Expulsion Vote

Denver Approves Bond Package

Colorado Governor Calls for Special Legislative Session in October

Denver City Council Amends Campaign Finance Ordinance

Denver City Council to Consider Amending Campaign Finance Law

Colorado Legislature Adjourns First Regular Session

Governor Signs Bill Modernizing Colorado Procurement Code

Denver City Council Amends Gift Laws

Denver City Council Delays Ethics Changes

Independent Ethics Commission Puts Municipalities on Notice In Battle Over Gift Rules

Denver City Council to Consider Changes to Ethics Rules

U.S. Supreme Court Declines to Hear Colorado Campaign Finance Case

Chairman of Denver Board of Ethics Resigns

Denver, Colorado Campaign Finance Ballot Issue Withdrawn by Backers

Boulder, CO Updates Campaign Finance Rules

Denver Considers Strengthening Ethics Laws

Colorado General Assembly Adjourns

Colorado Independent Ethics Commission Names New Executive Director

Proposed Bill Would Allow Colorado Independent Ethics Commission to Investigate Complaints

Appeals Court Affirms Ruling Concerning Colorado State Issue Committee Disclosure

Colorado Secretary of State Adopts Campaign Finance Rule Amendments

Colorado General Assembly Adjourns Sine Die

Colorado Independent Ethics Commission Announces Increased Gift Limits

U.S. Statehouse Series – Colorado, The Centennial State

Federal Appeals Court Rules for Citizens United

Colorado Republican Party Granted Permission to Form Super PAC

Federal Judge Rejects Citizen United’s Request for Preliminary Injunction

Citizens United Files Suit Against Colorado Secretary of State

Beauprez Claims Victory in Colorado GOP Gubernatorial Primary

Colorado Deputy Secretary of State Issues Decision on Petition for Declaratory Order

Colorado General Assembly Passes Senate Bill 14-217

Colorado Ethics Commission Dismisses Complaint against Hickenlooper

Lakewood’s Municipal Campaign Finance Provisions Effective April 1

Jane Feldman to Leave Colorado Independent Ethics Commission

Colorado Secretary of State Issues Campaign Finance Advisory Opinion

Court of Appeals Finds Colorado Contribution Limits Unconstitutional

Colorado Court of Appeals Upholds Ruling on Campaign Finance Disclosure Regulations

Lakewood, CO City Council Approves New Campaign Finance Laws

Hearing on Proposed Changes to Colorado Rules Governing Lobbyists

First Recall Elections in Colorado History

Colorado Voters Approve Citizens United Ballot Measure

Federal Judge Requests Campaign Finance Clarification from Colorado Supreme Court

Campaign Finance Laws Challenged

Colorado Amends Rules Concerning Lobbyist Registration

Colorado Court of Appeals Invalidates Issue Committee Reporting Threshold

Colorado Campaign Finance Rule Changes Invalidated

Two State Legislatures Adjourn

Changes Made to Campaign Finance Rules in Colorado

First Law of 2012 Legislative Session Alters Colorado Campaign Finance Reporting Schedule

Campaign Finance Reporting Rule Issued for Colorado

New Campaign Finance Rules Proposed in Colorado

State Court Rules Against Colorado Secretary of State

We Cover New Jurisdictions

Boulder Rolling Forward With Ballot Measure Against Corporate Personhood

New Rule Issued Concerning Campaign Finance Report Filing in Colorado

Colorado Government Watchdog Groups File Campaign Finance Complaint

Campaign Finance Disclosure Provides Newest Confusion to Mayoral Race in Colorado Springs

Amended Rules Concerning Lobbyist Regulation Released in Colorado

Office of Colorado Secretary of State Releases Amended Rules

Gift Limit Adjusted in Colorado

What are the “Magic Words?”

Next Stop: U.S. Supreme Court? Colorado Campaign Finance Case Appears Ripe for Appeal