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.
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.
The panel of state lawmakers agreed to set up an anonymous reporting website, and hopes to set up both informal and formal complaint processes.
Lawmakers looking to improve the both workplace culture and the handling of harassment complaints at the state Capitol met Thursday.
An analysis by The Associated Press found that about half of House and Senate legislative chambers nationwide have taken no substantive action this year.
In March, Republican state Sen. Beth Martinez Humenik filed a complaint alleging she saw Sen. Daniel Kagan, a Democrat, in the women’s restroom.
Leaders have appointed an interim committee to hash out recommendations from an outside human resources firm over the summer.
The historic expulsion of state Rep. Steve Lebsock and allegations against Mayor Michael Hancock fueled the policy change.
The legislature ended its 2018 session in the waning minutes of Wednesday.
Colorado’s 2018 legislative session had no shortage of drama. Here’s where the cards fell at the bitter end.