On Dec. 21, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled in DOC v. Stiles that the Colorado State Pe...

Colorado Supreme Court rules that state board must defer to disciplinary actions taken by other state agencies – Ballotpedia News

On Dec. 21, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled in DOC v. Stiles that the Colorado State Personnel Board (Board) must defer to disciplinary decisions made by state agencies. The court’s decision aimed to shed light on the standard the Board must apply when reviewing other state agencies’ disciplinary decisions.  The court held that when the Board considers appeals of decisions to discipline agency employees, they must apply the “arbitrary, capricious, or contrary to rule or law” standard instead of reviewing …


 


 

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