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Lawmakers work together to free stalking victims from rental agreements

State Sen. John Cooke, R-Greeley, at the Capitol, March 15, 2017. (John Tomasic/The Colorado Statesman)

Victims of stalking in Colorado will very likely soon be able to legally break their rental agreements — a proactive change in state law supported by sexual assault and victims’ rights groups and proposed in a bipartisan bill that is speeding its way through the Legislature. The state Senate judiciary committee on Wednesday voted unanimously […]

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Rose Andom Center opens doors to help domestic violence victims

The Rose Andom Center opened its doors to the public in late June, culminating more than a decade of work to make the state’s first family justice center a reality. The center will provide domestic violence survivors access to services ranging from social services, temporary housing to counseling, filing charges and obtaining a protection order. (Bernard Grant/The Colorado Statesman)
When the Rose Andom Center opened its doors to the public in late June, it marked the end of more than a decade of work to make the state’s first family justice center a reality. The center, located at 1330 Fox Street, will provide survivors of domestic violence a way to access services ranging from […]

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