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CO: Hickenlooper vetoes bill to reduce conflicts of interests on Colorado’s sex-offender management board

Gov. John Hickenlooper on Monday vetoed legislation that would have barred members of the Colorado Sex Offender Management Board from being able to profit from multi-million-dollar state contracts related to their work. Full Article


Colorado governor vetoes bill that banned conflicts of interest on sex offender management board

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Actions speak louder than words!!!!

I would think that since polygraphs are not admissible in court and probation and parole is a arm of the court, then they could be ruled unconstitutional to use in a parole setting this should be fought in supreme court there is not enough proof that these test are accurate and should be outlawed.

This is one of the most incredulous acts of injustice I’ve seen in years.

Hick is on his way out due to term limits, so no repercussions for him. Shame on him…

“Members of victims rights groups had lobbied for the veto, arguing that the legislation would prevent individuals with expertise in the area of treating and managing sex offenders from serving on the board. ”

Wow…a policy to stop a biased group from benefiting financially is stopped by a group biased by hatred and wanting to financially stick it to offenders any chance they can regardless of what is right for society. There are plenty of experts out there, retired or teaching, that are the same or more qualified and wouldn’t benefit.

What a piece of #$%# governor they have there.

And I wonder how much he will get from kickbacks from those conflicts.

corruption at the top. Now disgusting.

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