State Lawmakers Work On Sexual Harassment Policy

State lawmakers are working on a new policy to address sexual harassment in the Colorado General Assembly.  The bipartisan committee held its first meeting yesterday.  Lawmakers hope to design a policy that helps protect the rights of the accused while shielding accusers from retaliation.  Six Colorado lawmakers were accused of harassment during the last session of the legislature, though Representative Steve Lebsock of Thornton was the only one voted out because of the accusations. 

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