In the wake of recent sexual misconduct allegations against a member of the Colorado Legislature, party leaders say they are taking a closer look at their workplace harassment policies.
In separate statements Monday, Democratic Speaker of the House Crisanta Duran and Republican Senate President Kevin Grantham detailed steps each of their parties would take to improve current sexual harassment policies.
Last week, nine legislators, lobbyists and staffers accused Democratic state Rep. Steve Lebsock of sexual misconduct. Rep. Faith Winter, one of the women accusing Lebsock, told The Denver Post Monday that she intends to file a formal complaint but said the house leadership has handled her case well so far.
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