Report: Emails Warn Colorado Capitol Workers To Avoid PressThe nonpartisan administrator of Colorado's state Senate has warned staff, aides and interns that policy forbids them from speaking to journalists about workplace issues — including sexual harassment.
Lawmakers Debate Fate Of Representatives Accused Of Sexual AssaultState lawmakers are doing something they haven't done in more than a century.
State Senate President Calls On DA To Investigate Sex Harassment ClaimsThe president of the Colorado Senate is calling on the Denver District Attorney's Office to investigate claims of sexual misconduct at the state Capitol.
Lawmaker Resigns From Committee Chairman Position After Sexual Harassment AllegationsA state lawmaker is reacting to sexual harassment allegations against him by stepping down as chairman of the Senate Transportation Committee.
Colorado Lawmakers Pledge Zero Tolerance Of HarassmentColorado lawmakers started their new legislative session Wednesday amid tension over unresolved sexual misconduct allegations against some of their colleagues, including one case in which a female lawmaker maintains she felt threatened after rejecting the sexual advances of a fellow Democratic lawmaker.
Roads, Schools, Pensions Top Colorado Legislative IssuesColorado House Speaker Crisanta Duran and Senate President Kevin Grantham have gaveled in the 2018 legislative session.
State Lawmakers Push For Sexual Harassment Training Before Next Legislative SessionThe Colorado House and Senate Leadership took steps Friday to improve the legislature’s policies on sexual harassment.
Colorado Lawmakers Consider Changes In Harassment ProcessColorado state legislative leaders are looking at making some changes to how sexual harassment complaints are handled at the state Capitol.
House Speaker Duran: 'Boy's Clubs' Need To Be Broken UpState lawmakers are calling for changes to the legislature's workplace harassment policy as allegations against State Rep. Steve Lebsock mount.
Pot Tax Shortfall Impacts Mountain CommunitiesA mistake in Colorado's new pot tax law is costing several organizations millions of dollars, including those in the mountain communities that were counting on that money.
Colorado Special Session Ends With No Fix For Pot-Tax ErrorColorado lawmakers have ended a special session without a fix to an intricate spending law that stripped some quasi-government agencies of the ability to collect sales taxes on recreational marijuana.
Special Session Could End Tuesday With No SolutionA special session of state lawmakers will likely wrap up Tuesday with no resolution to a multi-million dollar problem.