On Memorial Day 2002, we drove up to our home to find someone had placed an American flag in our yard. But it wasn’t just our yard. Flags lined the street.Read More →
By Arthur Kane | Watchdog.org
The 2015 Colorado legislative session was a mixed bag for measure prompted by Watchdog.org investigations. Lawmakers finally clamped down on welfare abuse at casinos, liquor stores and pot shops but failed to bring the Judicial Branch under open records laws.
At least four bills, proposed legislation or amendments were prompted by Watchdog.org stories […]
It’s responsible for ensuring public schools get quality teachers, yet the Minnesota Board of Teaching is getting progressively poorer marks from administrators, legislators, teachers and education advocates.
The board now faces its toughest exam — a 10-month investigation by the Office of the Legislative Auditor — the equivalent of going to the principal’s office.Read More →
The University of Oklahoma completed its review of their Confucius Institute, finding no wrong doing, but a critic of CI questioned the thoroughness of the investigation.Read More →
As Chris Christie pursues his political fortunes outside New Jersey, state taxpayers were squeezed for nearly a half-million dollars last year to cover the travel costs of his security details. The travel expenses for the state police Executive Protection Unit rose to a record $196,006 for the fourth quarter.Read More →