Abortion opponents have filed a ballot initiative in Colorado to ban what they refer to as “late-term abortions.”
As some states move to pass the harshest abortion restrictions seen in decades, Colorado remains one of a handful of states where reproductive rights are safest.
As the conversation around abortion has heated up across the country, Colorado has experienced some serious disagreement as well. Now, local radio host Dan Caplis wants his listeners to think up and fund a pro-life billboard campaign.
When representatives from Alternatives Pregnancy Center began giving a presentation to his freshman health class at a public school in Highlands Ranch earlier this month, Clark Wilson already knew what the organization was — an anti-abortion crisis pregnancy center, or CPC, that uses deceptive tactics to sway women’s reproductive health care decisions.
A bill to ban nearly all abortions that was signed into law in Alabama this week is nearly identical to a bill that was pushed by Colorado Republicans earlier this year.
UPDATE: The bill passed out of the Senate as of Friday morning and now heads to Governor Polis for his signature.
Colorado Republican Senator Cory Gardner is joining those within his party who are using inflammatory rhetoric and misinformation about abortions that happen later in pregnancy, often referred to by conservatives as “late-term abortions.”
University of Colorado’s Presidential Finalist, Mark Kennedy, Once Called Abortion Procedure “Barbaric”
In a speech in front of the U.S. House of Representatives, the University of Colorado (CU) presidential finalist, Mark R. Kennedy, referred to an abortion procedure as “barbaric.”
CO Lawmaker Says It’s Hypocritical for Pro-Choice Dems to Worry About Immigrants Who Miscarry in ICE Custody
State Sen. Owen Hill (R-Colorado Springs) criticized presidential candidate and U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) on social media last week after she expressed concern for pregnant women who have miscarried while in the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), questioning whether she has the “moral authority” to do so given her pro-choice stance.
In calling off a merger with religiously-affiliated hospital group Centura Health, Grand Junction’s Community Hospital will remain free to offer reproductive health services like birth control and sterilization to its patients.