Sloppy record keeping. Failure to follow the state’s open meetings and open records laws. Baffling instructions to anyone brave enough to file a complaint.
Those are a few of the charges the state’s auditor lobbed at Colorado’s Independent Ethics Commission, the body that oversees the state’s ethics laws.
Tuesday’s audit is the first since the voter-approved commission formed in 2007. The audit identifies the commission’s labyrinthine complaint process as one of its biggest problems. Continue…