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The Denver Public School Board of Education on Friday voted to censure Director Tay Anderson, the only recourse for punishment at its disposal after a probe did not corroborate Anderson committing allegations of sexual assault but found he made "unbecoming" comments to minors.

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Several people who declined to speak on the record, fearing political retribution or the potential impact of their future requests before governing bodies that include Anderson's allies, pointed to a widely televised March press conference that made it clear that race would be a central issue in Anderson's defense. That had a chilling effect among those considered racially aware.

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While an independent investigation for Denver Public Schools was unable to substantiate sexual assault allegations against Tay Anderson, one of its members, the details of the report released Wednesday confirmed what appear to be incidents of sexual harassment against teens by Anderson. Here is Colorado Politics' analysis of the 96-page report from ILG Legal Services.

Following an announcement from Attorney General Phil Weiser that the Aurora Police Department has engaged in a pattern of racially-biased policing and other illegal practices, Rep. Leslie Herod touted legislation passed last year that enabled the probe that uncovered those findings.

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