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Time to cut the per diem purse strings in Colorado

Post by Kelly Maher on April 26th, 2011 | Recent Videos
With the per-diem ethics complaint unanimously dismissed against Colorado state Sen. John Morse, D-Colorado Springs, the Senate Ethics Committee has made recommendations for changing the per-diem statute. I'll tell you in a moment why I don't think it goes...

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Clarity needed as Colo. per-diem probe of Sen. Morse dismissed

Post by Kelly Maher on April 12th, 2011 | Colo. Politics, Kelly Maher, Recent Videos
We wrote earlier that the ethics complaint against Colorado Senate Majority Leader John Morse, D-Colorado Springs, should help resolve the question of what a per-diem is for in the first place. The complaint against Morse has been dismissed. The question...

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Committee assignments? Sen. Steadman rewinds to 2009

Post by Kelly Maher on March 29th, 2011 | Colo. Politics, Recent Videos
The first meeting of the Colorado state Senate Ethics Committee looking into the 2009 per-diem reimbursements of Sen. Majority Leader John Morse, D-Colo. Springs, was largely procedural. But a statement at that meeting from state Sen. Pat Steadman, D-Denver, caught...

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Sen. Morse case should answer: what’s a per diem for?

Post by Kelly Maher on March 25th, 2011 | Recent Videos
In addition to evaluating state Senate Majority Leader John Morse's per-diem, the Colorado Senate Ethics Committee should provide some clear guidance to the leadership of the Colorado legislature on the issue of when legislators should receive those reimbursements for work...

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Where’s the Colorado media on Sen. Morse’s reimbursements?

Post by Kelly Maher on March 5th, 2011 | Colo. Politics, Kelly Maher, Recent Videos
Stephanie Cegielski from the Colorado Government Accountability Project, came on my AM-560 radio show Friday to discuss her latest findings about reimbursements received by state Sen. John Morse, D-Colorado Springs, for expenses, mileage and 331 days of per diem in 2009....

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Stephens told us so: Judge stays Amazon tax in Colo.

Post by Kelly Maher on January 28th, 2011 | Colo. Politics, Kelly Maher, Recent Videos
Colorado state Rep. Amy Stephens, R-Colorado Springs, told WhoSaidYouSaid in November that the "Amazon tax" law was bad policy and should be repealed. This week, a judge ordered a temporary stay of collection of the...

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The "Amazon tax" . . . it's baaaaaaaack!

Post by Kelly Maher on November 5th, 2010 | Colo. Politics, Kelly Maher, Recent Videos
Now that Republicans will control the Colorado House of Representatives in January, it looks like the so-called "Amazon Tax" may be on the chopping block. And to recall what a pro-business state DOES NOT look like, see the video (at...

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The legislative session is over. Time to assess the damage . . .

Post by Kelly Maher on May 12th, 2010 | Recent Videos
We just received an email from Bobby Clark, executive director of ProgressNow Colorado, in which he names this legislative session’s “Winners and Losers.” Clark names state Rep. Max Tyler, D-Lakewood, a winner saying: Rep. Max Tyler has quickly established himself...

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SHOCK! Amazon is a business; stunned Dem lawmaker FREAKS OUT!

Post by marysmith on March 9th, 2010 | Recent Videos, Smith
Check out unhinged Colorado Senate Majority Leader John Morse, getting revved up over Amazon’s decision to drop its Colorado affiliates after Morse and his cohorts jammed through an Internet sales-tax collection plan. “I spent many years as a police officer...

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