A Democrat In Colorado’s State Legislature Accused By His Female Colleagues Of Frequenting The Women’s Restroom While At Work In The Statehouse Is Stepping Down From His Position.
Colorado Democrats confirmed Wednesday that state Sen. Daniel Kagan would be departing the Colorado legislature on January 11, right after Democrats take control the Colorado Senate for the start of the next term.
“It’s been a great honor to serve the people of Colorado for just short of a decade,” Kagan said in a statement. “An important obligation of leaders, I believe, is to be open to acknowledging that it’s time to pass the torch to new leadership and, for me, that time is now.”
The Democrat lawmaker did not address the reason for his departure after serving two years of his four-year term in his statement.
Female state Senate Republican lawmakers, including state Sen. Beth Martinez Humenik, claimed they witnessed Kagan entering the women’s restroom on multiple occasions since January 2017. – READ MORE