"There is a cultural shift happening," Colorado House Speaker Crisanta Duran of Denver tweeted the day Rep. Steve Lebsock was expelled from the Capitol's legislature, the second state lawmaker nationally to be swept away by the #MeToo tide, with Arizona Rep. Don Shooter.
Lebsock quickly left the building. Thanks, Steve, said no one. It was an agonizing seven hours of testimony about his alleged prevalent sexual harassment. Several of his then-fellow legislators urged him to quit. The number of accusers, the number of allegations and the number of times Lebsock sought to retaliate ultimately delivered a landslide vote.