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Members: New Posts In 'Amendment 41 Lounge' and 'Rules Of The Game' Circles

Posted: Oct. 13, 2017

Members: Please be advised that there are new posts in two of the initial seven CLA discussion circles: "Amendment 41 Lounge," on ethics, and "Rules Of The Game," about compliance. 

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Please remember that you must be signed in with your User ID and Password to access these circles. 

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CLA To Emphasize Tools That Make Researching And Hiring Lobbyists Easier

Posted: Oct. 11, 2017

A new professional society for Colorado lobbyists will feature a Find-A-Lobbyist Directory as well as an Online Lobbyist RFP System -- tools that will ease corporations, associations and others in finding and hiring lobbyists. 

Both the directory (which is to feature CLA members) and the RFP system are to debut on or about Nov. 1, 2017. 

Check back soon to see both of these features!


First 100 Members Of CLA To Enjoy Membership Discount

Posted: Oct. 11, 2017

The first 100 members to sign up for the Colorado Lobbyists Association will enjoy a membership discount of 33%, or $75, on an individual membership -- $150 instead of the normal $225.

Other membership levels also are discounted as the association is forming. 

Leaders of the association will be chosen within the next few months by active members. It's hoped that the membership is broadly representative of the lobbyists corps of Colorado as well as lobbyist clients, who join as affiliate (non-voting) members. 

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Pueblo Lobbyist, Legend Wally Stealey Dies at 83

Posted Oct. 6, 2017

Wallace "Wally" Stealey, who helped launch the political careers of many Democrats and was a legend as a Colorado lobbyist, died at his Pueblo home Friday morning of congestive heart failure, the Pueblo Chieftain reported. He was 83.

"Stealey was remembered as jovial, shrewd, well-connected and warm by colleagues and friends," the newspaper said. 

Former Gov. Richard Lamm told The Chieftain that Stealey was a key aide during his administration.

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Colorado Ethics Watch to Close Doors

Posted: Oct. 5, 2017

From the Colorado Springs Gazette:

Colorado Ethics Watch, the ethics advocacy group that has spent the last decade ensuring Colorado's campaign finance and ethics laws are followed, announced Thursday it will cease operations at the end of the year.

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