Colorado Independent Ethics Commission
Colorado Independent Ethics Commission
Opinion: A young Coloradan is stronger, wiser after state ethics complaint
Allie Killey kept hoping it would all just go away. Maybe it was just a bad dream.
Cory Gardner takes offensive, levels attacks in first U.S. Senate debate against John Hickenlooper
The Democratic rival attempted to ignore the broadsides from his GOP opponent but defended himself against ethics charges
Ethics complaints. Big spending. A criminal allegation. This may be the nastiest campaign in Colorado.
Suzanne Staiert’s role in the ethics charges against former Gov. John Hickenlooper puts her legislative campaign in the Democratic crosshairs
John Hickenlooper’s legal defense against ethics complaint cost taxpayers $150,000, a final tally shows
Colorado paid an outside attorney $525 an hour to represent the former governor against the ethics complaint first made in October 2018
Littwin: Could Colorado’s Senate primary become a real race after all?
John Hickenlooper has had a very tough few weeks. If Andrew Romanoff can’t benefit, this could be his last roundup.
Colorado ethics panel orders John Hickenlooper to pay $2,750 for two violations
Colorado's former governor was found to have violated the state’s gift ban and was found in contempt for skipping a hearing
What we know — and don’t — about the Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate after the second debate
Rivals John Hickenlooper and Andrew Romanoff dodged major questions about their backgrounds and policies, as they questioned each other for the first time
3 takeaways from the first U.S. Senate debate between Democrats John Hickenlooper and Andrew Romanoff
The rivals in Colorado’s Democratic primary will meet for two more debates in a week’s span as the race hits a crucial moment ahead of June 30 election
Littwin: Hickenlooper was hit with two violations, but his biggest mistake was blowing off a subpoena
Now comes the political fallout, which is the only reason that Republicans brought the ethics allegations.
John Hickenlooper violated Colorado’s gift ban, state ethics commission rules
Of the six complaints against the former governor and current U.S. Senate candidate, two were deemed violations and four more were dismissed
How John Hickenlooper being held in contempt by Colorado’s ethics commission only makes his troubles worse
The former governor now says he is open to testifying Friday, a day after being a no-show at a hearing about potential gift ban violations
John Hickenlooper defies subpoena in ethics complaint despite judge’s orders to testify
The former governor is facing a complaint about violating the state’s ban on gifts to public officials related to flights he took on corporate jets
What you need to know about the ethics complaint against John Hickenlooper, explained in 6 questions
The former governor is challenging Thursday’s hearing, but the ethics questions will loom over his campaign until the matter is resolved
Former Gov. John Hickenlooper tries to quash subpoena for hearing
Hickenlooper's U.S. Senate campaign claims the complaint is a partisan smear
John Hickenlooper refuses to testify virtually, seeks to delay hearing on ethics complaint
The legal filing Friday comes ahead of June 4 ethics commission hearing on whether the former governor accepted illegal gifts
Hickenlooper faces renewed pressure and questions about his administration’s spending in final months
The cost of the former governor’s legacy website and legal defense in ethics inquiry emerge as issues in Democratic primary for U.S. Senate
John Hickenlooper is worth at least $7.8 million. Here is where his money is invested.
Hickenlooper’s wealth came under scrutiny in his abandoned presidential bid and the U.S. Senate race, most notably for his association with the world’s uber-rich and influential players
Hickenlooper didn’t always reimburse travel on private planes, report says. An ethics panel will decide if that was illegal.
Colorado’s Independent Ethics Commission released its report Thursday into allegations that Hickenlooper violated state law last year by accepting gifts over $59 on multiple occasions