Supporters and opponents of one of Colorado’s most emotionally charged ballot measures battled over well-tread topics — abortion, women’s health, the rights of the unborn, contraception and more — during competing rallies on Tuesday on the state capitol steps.
Opponents of the latest version of a proposed personhood amendment for Colorado are launching their campaign.
The U.S. Senate race in Colorado this week gave us two great examples of how candidates can best react when pushed by outside forces.
Democratic Senator Mark Udall aired the first ad of his closely-watched re-election campaign on Tuesday, highlighting his challenger’s opposition to abortion rights.
A second Colorado Republican facing a tough race is disavowing so-called ‘personhood’ measures for fetuses.
Republican Rep. Cory Gardner’s reversal on granting legal rights of personhood to a fertilized egg is an acknowledgment of the clout of Colorado’s female voters who increasingly have backed Democrats in major races for a decade.
Republican Rep. Cory Gardner says he’s changed his position and now opposes measures to grant a fertilized egg the same legal protections as a person.
A ballot measure about crimes and pregnant women will be on 2014 Colorado ballots.
A Longmont mother whose unborn baby was killed by a drunk driver is now leading an effort to change Colorado law. She wants to direct lawmakers to add “unborn human beings” to state criminal code.
It was a startling assertion that seemed an about-face from church doctrine: A Catholic hospital arguing in a Colorado court that twin fetuses that died in its care were not, under state law, human beings.