If you like the GOP war on women, you are going to love Paul Ryan. After all, Ryan’s record on women’s health could easily be mistaken for one of W. Mitt Romney’s primary opponents, Rick Santorum.
Seeking to rally a crucial constituency, President Barack Obama on Wednesday warned women in swing-state Colorado that Republicans would seek to strip away health care benefits for them and cut funding for contraceptive services.
Two groups trying to get measures on the November ballot in Colorado are turning in petition signatures.
If President Barack Obama wins this swing-voting state, and a second term as president, voters like Paula Burky will probably be the reason.
Echoes of Senator Michael Bennet’s successful 2010 campaign are showing up in President Obama’s 2012 campaign in Colorado, but will the results be the same?
Instead of working on the economy the GOP has focused on denying women access to health care.
Republicans headed to a fundraiser in Fort Collins could be met by protesters because of a controversial speaker on the bill.
Abortion opponents have been cleared to gather petition signatures to put a third measure to ban abortions on statewide ballots.
A victim’s call for help was unanswered after a call center in Fort Collins abruptly was shut down. One of the answering service’s clients was a sex assault hotline.
It may appear that Lamborn and the other signatories on the letter are on a warpath against renewable energy and are also dedicated to making sure that all federally funded programs deliver true results to taxpayers. But I believe that it’s simply a smokescreen to an entirely different political agenda.