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The letter to Sen. Cory Gardner’s office relates a two-decade old incident in which the writer claims her daughter witnessed Kavanaugh shove a woman he was dating.
Following his remarks at the United Nations, President Donald Trump attacked the second accuser and said that the accusations were a “con game being played by Democrats.”
In a statement provided by the White House, Kavanaugh said the event “did not happen.” And a Colorado connection emerged.
Neville said he canceled a work meeting he had planned in Colorado Springs Friday so he could stay home to be near his family out of concern for their safety.
Republican Sen. Beth Martinez Humenik released the report on the Kagan complaint to CBS4 Thursday.
Many women, regardless of their politics, expressed personal empathy for Christine Blasey Ford as she steps into a national firestorm.
The letter asks House Minority Leader Patrick Neville and Senate Majority Leader Christ Holbert to complete the training before leaders meet to discuss changes the legislature's harassment policy.
“If our tax increase doesn’t pass, we’re probably going to have to look at a four-day week” for county services, one commissioner says.
As Colorado Works To Get Its #MeToo House In Order, GOP Lawmakers Jest About The Kavanaugh Situation
The Colorado statehouse is in the midst of its own #metoo moment after sexual harassment allegations were made against a handful of lawmakers during the last session.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper said his political action committee will allow him to weigh in on national races, as well as weigh his future.
Despite the announcement, Hickenlooper said his decision on a possible presidential run wouldn’t come until two or three months until he’s out of office.
The panel of state lawmakers agreed to set up an anonymous reporting website, and hopes to set up both informal and formal complaint processes.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock presented his $1.5 billion, equity-focused budget proposal for 2019 on Thursday.
The vice president's wife plans a campaign to elevate, encourage and thank military spouses.