State Sen. Vicki Marble, a Fort Collins Republican, has filed a lawsuit against the Colorado Independent Ethics Commission challenging its recent decision that found she had violated the state's constitutional amendment on ethics.
A decision on an ethics violation complaint levied against Republican Sen. Vicki Marble of Fort Collins is yet another month away, after the members of the Colorado Independent Ethics Commission decided they need more time to hammer out an opinion on the alleged violation.
The Colorado Ethics Commission Monday spent close to two hours deliberating on the facts and issues in an ethics complaint filed against Fort Collins Republican Sen. Vicki Marble. While the commission appeared to lean toward dismissing the complaint, they decided to hold off on a vote until their next meeting on March 5. Marble is […]
The question of whether someone can file an ethics complaint with a home rule city or county and the state’s Independent Ethics Commission at the same time will wait another day for an answer. On Thursday the ethics commission dismissed a complaint against a former Glendale city councilman because the commission’s official views on home […]