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January 18, 2011 09:37 PM UTC

McNulty: No Conflicts With Lobbyist Fiancee

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  • by: Colorado Pols

State Bill Colorado, so everybody’s clear:

House Speaker Frank McNulty, newly engaged to a Capitol lobbyist, intends to be mindful when casting votes on bills on which his fiance may be lobbying.

Shannon Csotty works for the Kenney Group.

“I am sure he will not put himself in a situation where there is a conflict of interest,” communications director Randy Hildreth said today in an e-mail to State Bill.

It was reported over the weekend that Colorado House Speaker Frank McNulty had recently become engaged to Shannon Csotty, a lobbyist for the Kenney Group–we’ve heard, as was discussed in an undersourced diary a few weeks ago, that McNulty and Csotty took a vacation together to Costa Rica after the election (well worth the expense if you haven’t been).

While we have no interest in details of McNulty’s personal life, it’s relieving to see him swearing off potentially conflicted situations right out of the gate–we can confirm that Ms. Csotty’s long-standing representation of the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA), and the important health care exchange legislation the General Assembly must pass this year, had given a number of interested parties reason for concern.

And of course, everybody will be making sure now too.

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8 thoughts on “McNulty: No Conflicts With Lobbyist Fiancee

    1. Legislators enrolled in PERA should abstain from voting on PERA legislation.

      And legislators that are lawyers should disclose all of their clients (and their firm’s clients) and abstain from voting on legislation where there’s an interest.

      And legislators that are teachers…

      You get the point.

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