B. Open Meetings
1. The Colorado Open Meetings law (C.R.S. 24-6-402(1)(d)) should be amended to require meetings to be open to the public that involve formal and informal groups of more than two elected officials attending as part of their official role. Although some such groups—for example, the Colorado County Clerks Association (CCCA)—may not theoretically constitute a decision-making body, in practice they do meet at taxpayer expense, acting in their official roles, in part for the purpose of affecting policy. These groups must be required to disclose sources and amounts of contributions.
2. Acceptance of contributions, whether monetary or in kind, by groups of election officials from entities whose commercial products have been or might be purchased should be prohibited as a potential conflict of interest.
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