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Marianne GoodlandMarianne GoodlandFebruary 13, 20186min425
The Colorado Independent Ethics Commission, under fire from open records advocates over its attempt to write its own open records rules, decided Monday to delay a decision on those rules, in part because of objections from the public. And after hearing from transparency advocates, including the organization that wrote the law creating the commission, one […]

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Joey BunchJoey BunchFebruary 11, 20184min494
Venerable Colorado TV talker Aaron Harber tells us “Your Decision 2018” will lift the curtain on April 15 and include 60 programs to inform voters through the June primaries to Election Day in November. The first segment will air at 8 p.m. on KCDO-TV Channel 3. Harber’s engaging chat with top Colorado and national newsmakers […]

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Marianne GoodlandMarianne GoodlandJanuary 29, 201810min436
The state’s Independent Ethics Commission has decided to write its own rules about how and whether it is subject to the state’s open records law, and that’s drawing pushback from the Colorado Press Association, the Colorado Broadcasters Association, the Secretary of State’s Office and other open records advocates. The commission, in court challenges to its […]

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Aaron HarberAaron HarberApril 3, 20178min355

I was honored to receive the “Broadcaster of the Year Award” — the highest honor given by the Colorado Broadcasters Association — at such a turbulent time for journalists and would like to thank everyone associated with the CBA for the award. I also would like to thank Bob Call, CBA chairman and vice president of Bonneville Communications, for his magnanimous introduction of me at the CBA’s Awards of Excellence event.


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James AndersonJames AndersonMarch 1, 20177min392

A bill aimed at modernizing Colorado's Open Records Act has survived its first Senate hearing — but with an amendment that could mean trouble down the road. The GOP-led Senate State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee voted 4-1 Wednesday to send Senate Bill 40 by Democratic Sen. John Kefalas to the Senate Appropriations Committee.