Posted on August 15th, 2008 in clean government, Colorado Politics, General, Labor | Written by Ben | 1 Comment »
The Colorado Supreme Court may have given the Colorado Education Association (CEA) a pass from the state’s electioneering laws, but the Landmark Legal Foundation has taken the same evidence to file a complaint with the Internal Revenue Service that the union violated its tax-exempt status.
In other words, CEA spent members’ general dues money on union employees to coordinate political campaigns but reported zero dollars spent on politics to the IRS. Listen to Landmark’s Pete Hutchison tell the story on this newly-released iVoices podcast.
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