Colorado Lawmakers Expel One Of Their Own For First Time In Over A CenturyThe state House of Representatives expelled state Rep. Steve Lebsock, accused of sexual misconduct, in a Friday afternoon vote.
Lawmakers May Vote To Expel Rep. Steve Lebsock Over Sexual Misconduct AllegationsRep. Lebsock has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing in connection with formal sexual harassment complaints.
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.
Report: Lebsock Solicited Multiple Women For SexA redacted version of the investigation report into sexual misconduct involving Rep. Steve Lebsock was released on Wednesday which reveals in detail how the lawmaker solicited multiple women for sex.
Lawmakers Move Toward Rep. Steve Lebsock ExpulsionThe state House of Representatives announced on Tuesday morning that lawmakers are moving toward the expulsion of Rep. Steve Lebsock after sexual misconduct complaints made against him were deemed credible.
Third Woman Says She Filed Misconduct Claim Against LawmakerA third woman says she has filed a formal sexual harassment complaint against a Colorado state lawmaker.
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.