Colorado Legislature Waits On Harassment Action

State lawmakers are putting off immediate reform action regarding sexual harassment and misconduct at the State Capitol.  Leaders from both sides of the aisle made the decision yesterday.  It follows recommendations released last week which were included in a legislative workplace study.  Instead, leaders from both chambers will hold meetings after the current session to decide what changes should be made.  In recent months, five lawmakers have been accused of harassment or misconduct with one being expelled.  

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