A leading Republican candidate for governor told a talk radio host Saturday that he voted for a constitutional amendment that, if it hadn’t been overwhelmingly defeated by Colorado voters, would have banned all abortion, even for rape, and possibly some forms of birth control.
Students for Life Invokes Abortion-Neutral RAINN in Campaign Urging Rape Survivors Not to Choose Abortion
As part of its “We Care” tour, the anti-abortion organization Students for Life is attempting to convince rape survivors on college campuses who have become pregnant not to chose abortion.
U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-CO) told his Facebook friends last week that he was “honored to receive the ‘True Blue’ award for my voting record from the Family Research Council (FRC).”
Denver Mayor’s support for anti-abortion group raises questions about his stance on reproductive rights
Denver’s Democratic Mayor Michael Hancock appears to have helped fundraise for an event earlier this year meant to “celebrate the joy of life” and support anti-abortion pregnancy centers.
Democratic state lawmakers introduced a bill yesterday that aims to increase access to all reproductive care and protect Coloradans from the Trump administration’s rollbacks.
Colorado Democrats and Republicans approved their 2018 party platforms at their state conventions earlier this month, and they show stark differences on issues ranging from tax policy and gun control to healthcare and abortion.
Billboards across Denver are alerting pregnant women of “fake health centers” in their neighborhoods.
A Colorado anti-abortion group shared a meme implying support from Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling, only to be called out by their own supporters and rejected by the author’s publicist.
A new report released today from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine has confirmed that abortion is safe – debunking once again the myths and misinformation pushed by opponents of legal abortion.
Cynthia Coffman was once a leading figure in a successful effort to defund Planned Parenthood, but has she changed her view?
Asked last week whether she thinks Planned Parenthood’s non-abortion family planning services, like consultation and exams related to birth control, should receive tax-payer funds, which she’s opposed in the past, Republican gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Coffman said my question required a long conversation another time, indicating that she may have changed her view on it.