President Grantham Announces Meeting to Discuss Workplace Harassment Policies

(Nov. 28) – President Kevin Grantham, Chair of the Executive Committee of the Legislative Council, announced that the committee will meet on December 15th, 2017, at 10:00 A.M. (MST) to discuss a comprehensive review of the current workplace harassment policies within the Colorado State Capitol.

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President Grantham and Legislative Leaders to Meet on Review of Workplace Harassment

Responding to workplace harassment allegations involving Colorado legislators, House and Senate leadership announced today that they will meet to consider a review of how workplace harassment issues are handled in the General Assembly.

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Grantham Responds to Alleged Improprieties

Denver -- Senate President Kevin J. Grantham (R-Canon City) today released the following statement in response to allegations made in a news report concerning two Senate members.

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Grantham Launches New Initiative to Prevent Sexual Harassment

Denver -- Today President Grantham launched the following new sexual harassment prevention initiative:

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Colorado Senate Proactively Combats Sexual Misconduct

Denver -- Senate President Kevin J. Grantham (R-Canon City) issued the following statement today in response to a news report focused on sexual climate issues at the Statehouse, emphasizing that the Colorado Senate takes such matters very seriously and has been proactive about combating potential problems through regular and extensive trainings, a widely distributed set of clear policies and a complaint process that protects the confidentiality and rights of participants.

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Grantham Chides Governor for Road Funding Fumble

Denver — The opening move in Colorado’s annual state budget process came Wednesday, with the release of Gov. John Hickenlooper’s final budget proposal as chief executive, which weighed in at a whopping $30.5 billion, making it the biggest budget request in state history.
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Senate Republicans Cheer Demise of Unaffordable Energy Plan

Denver -- Top Senate Republicans today applauded the decision of EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt to rescind the Obama Administration’s October 2015 “Clean Power Plan” regulations, which were never authorized by Congress and have been challenged by a dozen state attorneys general, including Colorado Attorney General Coffman, as unlawful.

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Grantham Comments as Special Session Ends

Denver -- Senate President Kevin J. Grantham (R-Canon City) released the following statement today, upon conclusion of a special session in which no agreement on a bipartisan SB-267 fix was found.

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Grantham Blasts Proposal for Pay-to-Play Special Session

Denver -- Colorado Senate President Kevin J. Grantham (R-Canon City) today issued the following statement in response to Gov. John Hickenlooper's shocking proposal to let special taxing districts fund the "emergency" legislative session scheduled for next week, despite those districts having a direct financial interest in the outcome of deliberations. 

 Grantham responded as follows:

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Sonnenberg: This isn't the way government should work in Colorado

Denver -- Senate President Pro-Tem Jerry Sonnenberg (R-Sterling) released the following statement this evening in response to Gov. John Hickenlooper’s decision to call a special session of the Colorado General Assembly on Oct. 2:

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