September 17, 2013
Colorado Regents May Add Political Affiliation to Nondiscrimination Policy
Regents of the University of Colorado will consider adding protections for political affiliation and political philosophy to the university's nondiscrimination policy at their meeting on Tuesday in Boulder.
The proposal follows reports from conservative faculty members that their viewpoints have been stifled at the institution, said Sue Sharkey, a regent who recommended the addition to the policy, along with James E. Geddes, another regent.
"For some, who have sensed