Colorado Nurse Was Able To Keep Working Despite Abuse ClaimsHospitals apparently knew about some alleged misconduct by Thomas Mark Moore. But without any prosecution pending, it doesn't seem that they shared the information with other facilities.
CSU-Pueblo Student Sues After Suspension Over ‘Consensual Sex’Grant Neal, a student-athlete at Colorado State University-Pueblo, filed a federal lawsuit against the college and the federal government after he was indefinitely suspended for what he describes as a consensual sexual act with his girlfriend.
Sexting Bill At State Capitol Hits Road BlockEfforts to pass a sexting bill at the Colorado Capitol have hit a road block.
Bill Making Sexting A Misdemeanor Has Strong OppositionEfforts to pass a sexting bill at the Colorado state Capitol have hit a road block. Supporters say they are trying to protect teenagers. Opponents say the bill goes too far.
Alleged Bill Cosby Victims Support Rhonda Fields In Change To Statute Of LimitationsTwo Colorado women who say they were sexually assaulted by Bill Cosby are trying to change the state’s statute of limitations in rape cases. Right now, if a victim waits more than 10 years prosecutors can’t bring charges.
Bill Expanding Parental Education Control Fails In ColoradoDemocrats on Tuesday rejected a Republican bill that would have given parents broad authority over their children's school curriculum and medical treatment.
Rape Victims Tell Colorado Lawmakers To Pass The 'Anonymous' BillRape victims in Colorado may soon be allowed to get help without being forced to talk to police.
Bill Would Allow Rape Victims To Keep Their Names Out Of Police ReportsA proposed bill in Colorado would make it easier for sexual assault victims to report a rape to police.
Bill Would Prevent Rapists From Having Parental RightsA bill being discussed at the state Capitol would prevent rapists from having parental rights if the victim has a child.
Bill To Help Rape Victims Pay For Hospital Exams Moves ForwardA state House committee has unanimously approved a bill to help victims of rape.
'Jessica's Law' Shot Down In Colorado Once AgainSome Colorado lawmakers say there's no need to increase penalties for people who attack young children. What's known as "Jessica's Law," named after a Florida girl sexually assaulted and killed, won't become law in the state.

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