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Colorado’s Civil Rights Commission on shoals of bitter political divide

Author: Marianne Goodland - March 13, 2018 - Updated: March 20, 2018

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It was founded nearly 70 years ago, before the federal Civil Rights Act of 1964, and has its roots in an early state anti-discrimination law that dates back to 1895. But now the state’s Civil Rights Commission is teetering on the brink of elimination — or potentially facing major changes to its mandate and authority — thanks in large part to the Lakewood baker who refused, on religious grounds, to provide a cake for a same-sex couple.

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Marianne Goodland

Marianne Goodland