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5280 Magazine – Colorado Lawmakers to Address Sexual Misconduct in the Statehouse

Further complicating the issue, informing voters about allegations of sexual misconduct against elected representatives could infringe on the rights of survivors to remain anonymous. “It’s not any one survivor’s job to protect the community and to hold an offender accountable. We should not be putting that on them,” says Brie Franklin, executive director of the Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CCASA), who added that survivors are more likely to come forward anonymously. “It’s the community’s job to change the culture.”

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