CfA Files Complaint with Utah AG Alleging Rep. Ken Ivory Lied to Investigators and Misused Official Resources
On March 16, 2016, CfA asked Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes to investigate State Rep. Ken Ivory (R-West Jordan) for obstructing justice by lying to state investigators and for misusing official resources to promote a nonprofit he started, the American Lands Council.
On December 8, 2015, CfA issued a statement in response to the press conference held by Councilman Michael Kubosh and Councilman Dave Martin.
Campaign for Accountability Releases Statement on Dismissal of Complaint Against Utah State Rep. Ken Ivory
On October 21, 2015, the Utah Attorney General’s Office concluded its investigation of Utah State Rep. Ken Ivory.
Fraud Complaints Filed In Western States Against Influential Legislator For Role In Land Transfer Scheme
On June 1, 2015, CfA filed complaints with the Utah, Arizona and Montana Attorneys General requesting investigations into Utah State Representative Ken Ivory (R-West Jordan) for engaging in an illegal scheme to defraud local government officials out of taxpayer funds. CfA alleges Rep. Ivory has solicited funds from local officials, falsely claiming the federal government can be forced to transfer public lands to the states.