Colorado Senate President Kevin Grantham of Canon City told reporters this morning he believes the latest investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct against Sen. Randy Baumgardner "was done in a much more professional manner."
Three of the women who accused former state Rep. Steve Lebsock of sexual harassment, leading to his expulsion from the legislature, will receive awards from NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado, the organization said Friday.
DENVER — As the Colorado Senate debated the fate of Sen. Randy Baumgardner over sexual harassment charges in a rare evening session, Sen. Lucia Guzman was thinking of sunrise on Good Friday, a time of atonement and healing.
DENVER — The Jan. 18 report on a series of sexual harassment allegations against Republican Sen. Randy Baumgardner of Hot Sulphur Springs shows an investigator conflicted over the "he said, she said" nature of the allegations and a lack of witnesses to back up the complainant's side of the events.
The former legislative intern accusing Sen. Jack Tate of sexual harassment is asking why he has not faced consequences based on her allegations. An independent investigator two months ago found the woman was more likely telling the truth than the Republican senator from Centennial. KUNC reporter Bente Birkeland posted a story Wednesday in which the […]
Colorado Senate Democrats continued their attempts to amend a bill that would tie up $300 million a year from the state budget for transportation. Republicans played defense and ultimately passed Senate Bill 1 postponed to a third day of debate next Tuesday.
If Republicans pass the legislation on a recorded vote with their one-seat majority, the bill would then bounce the legislation to the House, where Democrats have a majority and the votes to amend it heavily or kill it outright.