King ethics probe continues today

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers are continuing to investigate an ethics complaint against a state lawmaker accused of claiming duplicate expenses from the state and his campaign.

Republican Rep. Steve King of Grand Junction says he borrowed from money he contributed to his own campaign to pay for commuting to the Capitol until he could be reimbursed by the state.

The House Ethics Committee is holding a hearing today to review evidence and will rule later on the complaint filed by Ethics Watch, a nonprofit group that researches public officials.



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