Sen. Winter’s accuser confidentiality amendment passed on a party-line vote and didn’t derail overall support for the rule change.
The state legislature has spent nearly $400,000 dealing with workplace harassment issues and created an interim committee to come up with policy changes last year.
Former lobbyist Dede de Percin sent an email to Democratic leaders in the House and Senate detailing what she calls inappropriate interactions with Waters.
Investigation Into One Lobbyist's Actions Raises Questions About Workplace Harassment Policy At The Capitol
A complaint filed against lobbyist Benjamin Waters highlights part of a larger discussion about updates to the legislature’s workplace harassment policy.
Former Anadarko Employees Say Denver Office Was Beset By Culture Of Male ‘Sexual Gratification,’ Bullying And Retaliation
A letter obtained by CPR and verified by a former company senior executive alleges top Anadarko executives had sex in the office during business hours, and then retaliated and bullied the witness who reported it.
Sexual harassment concerns dominated the last legislative session. But with only weeks to go before the current one wraps up, lawmakers have yet to begin debate on any potential policy changes.
Discussions on the capitol’s workplace culture dominated the 2018 legislative session.
A former employee alleges the YMCA of the Pikes Peak Region told her to "pray on it" after she reported her assault.
The Air Force Academy reported 21 assaults, and saw sexual harassment on the rise against male students.
The hearing was held in the capitol’s largest committee room and even then the crowd filled four overflow rooms.