Radio reporter Bente Birkeland has uncovered numerous tales of sexual harassment at the state legislature involving senators and representatives, and the people who work beside them.
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Former interns say two Republican state senators acted inappropriately toward them. One may file a formal complaint.
"I am being harassed and I am being violated and accusations against me are not true," Lebsock told reporters at the state Capitol.
In a statement, Speaker Duran said she supports “the right of a victim to decide how they want these personal and sensitive situations to be handled.”
Gardner said he believes the women who accused Moore of sexual misconduct and that they spoke with "courage and truth."
Last week nine legislators, lobbyists and staffers accused Democratic state Rep. Steve Lebsock of sexual misconduct.
The move had been anticipated since Republican Attorney General Cynthia Coffman announced she was entering the governor's race last week.
Lebsock, who is running for state treasurer, said he will make a statement about his political future by Nov. 30.
Nine staffers, lobbyists and lawmakers say they’ve faced unwanted sexual attention from Rep. Steve Lebsock.
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An Alabama woman says Roy Moore, the GOP nominee in that state's upcoming U.S. Senate election, had sexual contact with her when she was 14.
Democrats say the large swing in Virginia shows it's possible for them to flip other chambers next year, including the Colorado Senate.
About 1.18 million Coloradans cast ballots in 2017. Less than 1 percent of them did that the old school way, marking ballots at polling place.
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