Democratic leadership introduces measure to expel Rep. Lebsock

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DENVER -- Democratic majority leadership introduced a measure to expel Colorado state Rep. Steve Lebsock from the House body at the Capitol on Tuesday.

It is the first time an expulsion hearing will take place in the Colorado State Capitol since 1915.

Lebsock is facing three formal sexual harassment complaints.

After the announcement, Lebsock said he doesn't expect to be expelled.

Holly Tarry, a former lobbyist who now runs a consulting firm, Democratic Rep. Faith Winter, and Cassie Tanner, a former legislative aide have filed formal complaints against Lebsock.

Winter met with the media at the Capitol.

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