DENVER (AP) – Two coalitions are planning to discuss their efforts to qualify initiatives for the November ballot.

One group plans to turn in more than 100,000 signatures on Monday in an effort to qualify an initiative for the statewide ballot that would regulate large political contributions.

Another group says it will make an announcement regarding the number of signatures gathered to place the personhood initiative on the ballot. That proposal would ban stem-cell research and some fertility treatments.

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