There have been at least a handful of formal sexual harassment complaints filed against Colorado lawmakers in recent weeks amidst a national wave of sexual harassment allegations, but beyond those it’s nearly impossible to tell how prevalent sexual harassment complaints are under Denver’s gold dome
Nobody’s firing anybody at the state Capitol. We’re asking someone to either tell the public an astonishing reason why accusations are so off-base that these people should keep their positions, or just get out
Duran’s handling of this escapade and the very process that allowed for it happen are anything but acceptable, and we ask again that she step down as speaker. Regardless, the Legislature should immediately create an independent, non-political system to hear and act on sexual harassment complaints, and eventually, other ethical complaints as well
Tate is accused of acting inappropriately with an intern. After making suggestive remarks earlier, he allegedly told her that “if she wanted to move up in the world, give him a call,” according to KUNC. He has denied the allegations
State House Speaker Crisanta Duran alone owns this mistake. Not the Sentinel. Not Winter. Not all the creeps in the world who hunt for victims of all sorts. Just Duran.
It’s unfathomable why Duran, knowing at least as much as the public now knows, would make such an onerous appointment
Charisse Broderick King, spokeswoman at Regis Jesuit, said that until today there had not been a walkout at Regis Jesuit since the school moved to its current location in Aurora about 25 years ago.
“No NPS employee should ever experience the kind of behavior outlined in the report, and it is even more disappointing because previous efforts to change the culture at the River District of the grand Canyon failed to improve working conditions,” NPS spokesman James Doyle said in an email. He said the agency is mulling more changes, including requiring nightly check-in calls, having a supervisor on every river trip and establishing an ombudsman.
The Steamboat Springs Pilot & Today reports John Brothers Jr. was found guilty Friday of eight felony counts of sex assault on a child, in addition to eight sex assault counts by a person in a position of trust.