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FROM THE capitol
A slap-back at SLAPPs: Bill targets lawsuits against people who speak out
Computer science grant program seeks to break down barriers for girls, students of color
Media literacy bill clears another hurdle
House gives nod to lobbyist disclosure bill
What would media literacy mean for Colorado’s students?
‘Media Literacy Is Literacy’: Here’s How Educators and Lawmakers Are Working to Set Students Up for Success Online
Insurers have ignored mental health care despite a law prioritizing it. State Dems want to change that.
By law, mental health benefits are supposed to be as good as medical coverage. In practice, that’s not happening.
CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORM | Mike Weissman: Disclosure, disclaimer, scrutiny and enforcement. March 12, 2019 ARTICLE in Colorado politics
From the sidelines to the march, and now to the Capitol: One woman’s journey in the Trump era. January 18, 2019 Article in the colorado Sun
FROM THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL
Lisa cutter Interview on kgnu’s morning magazine podcast
register to vote
Colorado House District 25 candidate Q&A
tHE uNKINDEST CUT: SON ENDORSES DAD’S OPPONENT IN HD 25
COLORADO CANDIDATE STEVE SZUTENBACHS SON SUPPORTING DEMOCRATIC OPPONENT LISA CUTTER
WOMEN PUSH TO THE FRONT
why public service loan forgiveness is so unforgiving
judge orders protections for defrauded students to go into effect
Task force presents variety of school safety options to Jefferson County School Board
jeffco public schools 2018 ballot initiatives
Colorado Amendment 73, Establish Income Tax Brackets and Raise Taxes for Education Initiative (2018)
what is amendment 73?
Jeffco test scores exceed state, gaps persist in low-income test scores
Guest Opinion: Amendment 73 will increase teacher pay
Kochs’ Americans for Prosperity to launch campaigns against 2 Colorado ballot measures
no on amendment 73: the tax is too complicated and too large
environment & economy
where does colorado’s trash go
western renewable energy just keeps getting cheaper
in light of un climate change study how one colorado company helps the earth
colorado unemployment and wage growth low
new report shows colorado’s economy is booming but wages aren’t keeping up
Space Mining — Learning How To Fuel An Interplanetary Gas Station
appropriate use of reference pricing can increase value
how price transparency controls healthcare cost
cost containment in health reform
hot issues in health
the state of health in rural colorado
LEONARD DRAW BACKLASH AFTER SOCIAL MEDIA POST
COLORADO LEGISLATOR COMPARES WOMEN MARCHERS WITH HITLER’S BROWNSHIRTS
REP. TIM LEONARD COMPARES WOMEN’S RIGHTS MARCHERS TO NAZIS
TIM LEONARD WOMEN BROWNSHIRTS
COLORADO LAWMAKER TIM LEONARD COMPARES WOMEN MARCHERS TO HITLER’S BROWNSHIRTS
COLORADO STATE REP. COMPARES WOMEN’S MARCH PARTICIPANTS TO NAZIS ON FACEBOOK
lISA CUTTER: WOMEN’S MARCH ORGANIZER, COLORADO HOUSE CANDIDATE
THINGS PR CAN’T FIX
SOUTH JEFFCO PR EXEC JOINS RACE hd 25
MIKE PENCE IS MET WITH RESISTANCE IN DENVER
WOMEN’S SUMMIT: COLORADO WOMEN’S MARCH
HD25 RACE OVERVIEW
EYE ON BOULDER: WOMEN’S MARCH ON COLORADO
WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT DENVER’S 2018 wOMEN’S MARCH
WOMEN’S MARCH PREVIEW
ORGANIZERS HOPE TO SEE THOUSANDS AT WOMEN’S MARCH IN DOWNTOWN DENVER SATURDAY
JEFFERSON COUNTY RESIDENTS PARTICIPATE IN SECOND ANNUAL WOMEN’S MARCH
TENS OF THOUSANDS PROTEST TRUMP; VOW TO TAKE BACK COUNTRY AT SECOND DENVER WOMEN’S MARCH
Press Releases and campaign announcements
Rep. Tim Leonard compares Women's March participants to Hitler's brownshirts
July 18, 2018, LITTLETON, Colo. – Last week in a Facebook post, my opponent, the current state representative in House District 25, compared Women’s March participants to Hitler’s brownshirts – the Nazi stormtroopers, a militia that supported Adolf Hitler in terrorizing opponents of the Third Reich.
Tim Leonard calls marchers insane and incoherent “radicals” for daring to participate in our democracy and exercising our right to voice our concerns. Millions of women have joined Women’s Marches around the country, yet Leonard has concluded that we have “nothing to offer to any logical discussion of ideas.”
These outrageous remarks are inexcusable. Mr. Leonard is a public servant representing the many women in his district who proudly marched with their neighbors, their husbands, their daughters and their mothers. It is shocking and unbelievable that he not only disregards but also deeply insults women advocating for themselves and their daughters. I believe that standing up for your beliefs through peaceful demonstration is the highest form of democracy.
Mr. Leonard is the opposite of what we need in this time of contentious political discourse. Disagreement is fine, but disrespect is unacceptable. I am running for this seat because I believe the people in Jefferson County and House District 25 deserve better than an extremist who disregards and insults his constituents, the people he serves.
On every issue, I am committed to listening and talking to people in this district as well as the experts to thoughtfully conceive my positions to serve my constituents. I can, and will, create the relationships necessary to get things done. Leaders should inspire us to be the very best we can be. That's what guides my campaign and will guide me as a legislator in the Colorado House of Representatives.
I am proud to be an organizer of the Women’s March in Denver and a board member for March on Colorado. I will always stand up for a just and equitable society.