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Republicans said it would be a "dereliction of duty" to punt the appointment to the governor.
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.
Lebsock becomes the first state House member expelled since 1915, when Rep. William Howlett was ejected after he perjured himself.
As Democrats in the House push ahead with their effort to expel one of their members over sexual harassment, Republicans in both chambers are raising objections.
Lebsock's case is testing the credibility of a workplace harassment policy that tries to balance victims' privacy concerns with transparency in government.
Police Detective Leslie Branch-Wise was part of Mayor Hancock's security detail.
An outside investigator found allegations against the Thornton Democrat to be credible. A vote could come as early as Friday.