Ten county officials appointed by the governor stepped down on Tuesday. The resignations, and one retirement, follow a Denver Post investigation into questionable spending practices by the officials, who are all public trustees. They oversee home foreclosures at the county level. One trustee used state funds for buy his staff a lavish health care plan. Another charged the state for chair massages for her employees. Denver Post business reporter David Migoya uncovered the details. He talks to Zachary Barr.