Colorado Politics: Gov. Jared Polis’ administration charged $1,290 to journalists for records about how the state emergency operations center the governor established responded to the unfolding COVID-19 crisis.
The Polis administration wants an additional $480 to make available records detailing Polis’ plans for providing additional ventilators to hospitals and how to conduct mass testing for COVID-19 virus infection.
Meeting minutes of the Innovation Response Team, a group of high-level tech entrepreneurs advising the governor, haven’t been made available 10 days after The Gazette and Colorado Politics requested them.
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