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Ethics Panel Takes Up Case of Lobbyist’s Alleged Threat

A lobbyist accused of threatening physical violence against a lawmaker will get an expedited hearing as an ethics panel meets today and seeks to reach a decision by Friday.

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Rep. McKinley Says Lobbyist Was Threatening; He Denies It

Rep. Wes McKinley, D-Walsh has filed a legislative complaint against lobbyist Nate Gorman over an alleged exchange Tuesday involving the controversy over Trinidad State Nursing Home.

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Ethics Panel Officially Admonishes Grand Junction Legislator

The House Ethics Committee formally submitted its letter addressing a complaint of double-dipping travel expenses lodged against Rep. Steve King.

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Ethics Committee Clears Rep. King in Probe of Reimbursements

An ethics committee Friday cleared Rep. Steve King of a violation in connection with travel expenses shortly after he apologized to his colleagues and reimbursed the state in a related matter.

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King Ethics Probe to Keep Narrow Focus

A special House Ethics Committee will keep a narrow focus on its review of Rep. Steve King’s alleged double-dipping of state-paid mileage reimbursement and the use of his own campaign money seemingly for the same purpose.

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Rep. King’s Defense: Not A Double Dip, But A Loan

Grand Junction Rep. Steve King, facing an ethics probe into whether he charged both the state and his campaign for travel expenses, reimbursed his campaign $1,025 in April and May, a legislative ethics panel heard this morning.

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Grand Junction Lawmaker Steve King Accused of Double-Dipping

State Rep. Steve King asked the state to reimburse him for mileage, gas and a meal at a pancake house last year, even though records suggest his campaign account already was footing the bill for those expenses.

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