Under a Louisiana bill likely to become law when the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, a woman who has an abortion is guilty of first-degree murder. For this, she’ll face the death penalty or — if the prosecutor chooses leniency — life imprisonment and hard labor.
Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman used to say that he wants his response to homelessness to be “compassionate to the homeless and fair to taxpayers.”
More affordable, more accessible health care is one step closer to becoming a reality for more Coloradans. As physicians, we are thrilled, and urge Colorado’s elected officials to bring House Bill 1370 across the final finish line so patients can get the relief they need from costly health care.
The personal, as they say, is political. And there’s nothing more personal than the right to control your own body.
The prevalence of fentanyl in Colorado is a serious public health issue that is claiming the lives of beloved members of our communities, and we need to act to protect vulnerable Coloradans from this deadly drug. But House Bill 1326, which Colorado lawmakers are currently considering to address this crisis, is a regressive and harmful policy centering on punishment and incarceration and will not reduce fentanyl use and overdose deaths.
“No, dude, are you kidding me? It’s a Jew. I have got no mercy for Jews.”