Wayne Know is not just Colorado's longest-serving state representative. 30 years ago, he led an effort to completely reorganized the state legislature.
Senate Minority Leader Sen. Lucia Guzman said that Republican Senate leaders are “re-victimizing the victims” by refusing to introduce the resolution.
State Rep. Steve Lebsock of Thornton was expelled from the legislature Friday after accusations of sexual harassment.
After the Aurora theater shootings, Colorado lawmakers approved two gun-control laws. They’re still feeling the political effects.
Lebsock becomes the first state House member expelled since 1915, when Rep. William Howlett was ejected after he perjured himself.
Lebsock's case is testing the credibility of a workplace harassment policy that tries to balance victims' privacy concerns with transparency in government.
The horror of April 20, 1999 changed Patrick Neville and Samantha Haviland's lives in different ways, yet inspired both to take action and serve others.
Gov. John Hickenlooper delivered his final State of the State address, Jan. 11, 2018.
Almost all legislative chambers now have at least some type of written sexual harassment policy. But they vary widely.
Prepared remarks of Republican Senate President Kevin Grantham to open the second regular session of the 71st Colorado General Assembly.