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DENVER — Senate Republicans Monday morning took just about everyone to task over inappropriate remarks in the House and Senate, beginning in their own chamber. The House wasn't exempt from their criticisms, either, after a Democratic member of that chamber last Friday threatened to call for the expulsion of another member over a disagreement in a committee hearing.


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Charging that the Democratic establishment has already picked its nominee, Senate District 32 candidate Peter Smith, who gained national attention when he "glitter-bombed" Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in Denver six years ago, said this week he's left the Democratic Party and plans to run for the seat as an independent.


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Two Capitol Democrats with a history of blazing trails for LGBTQ equality are among the recipients of One Colorado Education Fund's annual Ally Awards, the advocacy organization announced this week. Gov. John Hickenlooper is one of three All Award winners, and Senate Minority Leader Lucia Guzman, a Denver Democrat, is slated to receive One Colorado's Lifetime Achievement Award at an Aug. 25 gala in Denver.