Democrats in Colorado’s General Assembly are pushing legislation aimed at preventing sexual misconduct at colleges and universities, but there’s a chance it won’t make it to the governor’s desk before they adjourn for the year.
A state Senator who’s up for reelection in a highly competitive suburban Denver swing district has come out in opposition to all public funding for Planned Parenthood, including funds from Medicaid, the government health insurance program for low-income people.
One of the most competitive races in Colorado’s state legislature pits a woman who led the charge to expose a culture of sexual harassment at the Capitol against a woman who protected an alleged perpetrator of that harassment from expulsion.
Baumgardner’s social media activity shows he’s creepy and gross, but we already knew that, didn’t we?
WARNING: Some images in this post may be considered slightly NSFW, because that’s the low standard of professionalism that *some people* who work in our state’s Capitol adhere to these days, apparently.
In their own words: GOP Congressional candidate and radio host discuss workplace sexual harassment, Roy Moore allegations
The following is transcribed from an interview with Roger Edwards, GOP challenger to Colorado’s CD-6 incumbent Rep. Mike Coffman, from the Peter Boyles Show on 710KNUS with guest host and Arapahoe County Tea Party President Randy Corporon. Emphasized statements, in bold, have been highlighted by the Colorado Times Recorder.
After Weinstein, a state lawmaker is reconsidering Pence’s rule about being alone with women. He’s wrong.
The avalanche of sexual harassment and assault allegations that have dominated the media over the past several weeks got one Colorado lawmaker thinking, not about how we can create inclusive spaces where women are free of sexual harassment and assault, but rather if we might be better off delegating women to a separate sphere entirely.