The Colorado Independent Ethics Commission voted Monday to investigate five complaints involving travel and gifts to former Gov. John Hickenlooper while passing on three others, Colorado Politics reports.
The investigation involves travel Hickenlooper made between September 2017 and September 2018. The complaint was filed by former Republican Speaker of the House Frank McNulty and his Public Trust Institute.
Colorado Politics said the commission also postponed a move by Hickenlooper to dismiss the complaint in its entirety until the conclusion of its investigation.
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