Colorado woman accuses Kavanaugh: Here’s all of CoPo’s coverage
Author: Colorado Politics - October 6, 2018 - Updated: October 7, 2018
Deborah Ramirez of Boulder has accused Brett Kavanaugh, who was confirmed Oct. 6 for U.S. Supreme Court, of sexual misconduct while the two were in college.
Ramirez was the second woman to come forward with allegations of sexual misdeeds against Kavanaugh, who has denied both accusations.
The Ramirez story broke Sunday, Sept. 23, when The New Yorker magazine posted an interview online. Here is all of the Colorado Politics coverage so far, from CoPo reporter Ernest Luning, our news partners at the Washington Examiner and KUSA-9News, The Washington Post and the Associated Press. The most recent stories appear first.
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