Oct. 21, 2019: Compensation For Victims Of Catholic Clergy Abuse; RTD Staffing Woes

October 21, 2019
Kenneth Feinberg, front left, who is leading a program to compensate people who were abused by Catholic priests in Colorado, confers with Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser as they and members of an investigatory committee head into a news conference to announce that the program is now open for the submission of claims Monday, Oct. 7, 2019, in Denver.Kenneth Feinberg, front left, who is leading a program to compensate people who were abused by Catholic priests in Colorado, confers with Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser as they and members of an investigatory committee head into a news conference to announce that the program is now open for the submission of claims Monday, Oct. 7, 2019, in Denver.David Zalubowski/AP Photo
Kenneth Feinberg, front left, who is leading a program to compensate people who were abused by Catholic priests in Colorado, confers with Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser as they and members of an investigatory committee head into a news conference to announce that the program is now open for the submission of claims Monday, Oct. 7, 2019, in Denver.

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Oct. 21, 2019: Compensation For Victims Of Catholic Clergy Abuse; RTD Staffing Woes

Here's a tough question: How do you decide how much money to give Coloradans abused as children by Catholic clergy? Attorney Ken Feinberg, who was in charge of distributing money for victims of the Aurora Theater shooting, will help answer those questions for Colorado. And, RTD is proposing temporary -- but significant -- service cuts.