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Ernest LuningErnest LuningMarch 21, 201812min1189

DENVER — A week after Denver Mayor Michael Hancock apologized for sending suggestive text messages to a member of his security detail in 2012 — she considers them harassing, and he has called them inappropriate — dozens of protesters led by persistent Hancock critics gathered on the steps of city hall to call for the mayor to resign.


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Recent deregulation at the Consumer Protection Agency at the federal level has sparked concerns about how Coloradans will be protected. On Thursday, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock plans to lay out at least some of his local solutions. The mayor will take part in a forum called A Predatory Economy: Denver's Call to Action put on by the Bell Policy Center, a left-leaning, Denver-based economic think tank. The 3 p.m. event is in the former Denver Post building' auditorium at 101 W. Colfax in downtown Denver.