Editor’s Note: This was submitted by state Rep. Mark Baisley of Roxborough Park in response to the Colorado Times Recorder’s Erik Maulbetsch’s request for a comment for the article “FEC United Founder Threatens Journalists at GOP Candidate Event,” published today. Baisley agreed to its publication as a stand-alone piece.
Keep government out of exam rooms During my first pregnancy, we were excited for the anatomy ultrasound, but it showed I was prematurely dilating and we were at risk of losing our baby. I was immediately scheduled to see a specialist. We met the perinatologist for the first time when I was 22 weeks, 1 day pregnant. Another ultrasound confirmed I was dilating and had to go to the hospital. My husband called my boss while I cried on the way to the hospital. I waited in a bed with my head tipped toward the floor until the doctor’s partner got done with surgery.
At an event yesterday intended to showcase the candidates whom the new conservative political group FEC United is supporting, founder Joe Oltmann threatened to dox journalists who report negatively about the group.
Saying it wants to stop conspiracy theories used to justify harassment and violence, YouTube yesterday banned QAnon channels from its platform–two of which were followed by Colorado congressional candidate Lauren Boebert.
My name is Claire* and I traveled to Colorado for my abortion. This is my story and why I’m asking Coloradans to vote NO on Proposition 115.
Major oil and gas companies are opposing the Trump administration’s reversal of Obama-era EPA methane emission regulations, while their corporate lobbying and trade associations argue in favor of the rollbacks in court.
Leaders of Color Collaborative (LCC), a coalition of directors of color from Colorado progressive organizations, released the Racial Justice Ballot Guide Thursday.
Boebert Doesn’t Want Gov’t Involvement in Health Care, But She’s for a Gov’t Ban on Abortion After 22 Weeks
Colorado congressional candidate Lauren Boebert, a Republican, stressed the importance of the doctor-patient relationship at a campaign event in Walsenburg earlier this month before then speaking about her support for Proposition 115, a measure that would impose criminal penalties for doctors who perform abortions after 22 weeks.
Cory Gardner brought a fishing pole to gun fight.
In a critical election year, the Colorado Secretary of State (SOS) is ensuring as many ballots as possible get counted–including minimizing signature discrepancies that can disqualify ballots if not corrected.