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As the Rev. Don Armstrong faces sentencing this week for a case that's part of the biggest illegal taking of church property in Colorado history, it might be easy to forget the involvement of local elected officials who've stood by Armstrong.

'Possible improprieties'

(Not) by the book

zubeck@csindy.com

  • In times of tumult, Armstrong has kept a couple of his most prominent supporters.

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