Colorado Campaign for Life, a statewide anti-abortion group, is promoting a Facebook meme with a photo of a man kissing a baby along with the text, “Her ‘Choice’ is actually My Child.”
CBS4 political specialist Shaun Boyd reported last week that newly minted gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Coffman was pro-choice.
GOP gubernatorial candidate says Republicans “abandon” their “values” if they vote for pro-choice candidates
Republican gubernatorial candidate Victor Mitchell stated on Facebook that the Colorado Republican Party “should nominate pro-life candidates” and “to do otherwise is to abandon our values.”
Conservative radio hosts hopping mad at report that Republican gubernatorial candidate is pro-choice
On KNUS 710-AM Friday, host Dan Caplis announced, the “big news from Channel 4” that “Cynthia Coffman is now pro-choice.”
Colorado Republicans “will be held accountable” for vote to ban abortion after 20 weeks, says pro-abortion leader
Colorado’s four Republican Congressmen, U.S. Representatives Ken Buck, Mike Coffman, Scott Tipton, and Doug Lamborn, voted Tuesday to ban abortion after 20 weeks.
Ran across a post by state Sen. Tim Neville (R-Littleton) on Facbook in which he laments a law in Hawaii that requires sham “pregnancy centers” to let women know that abortion is an available alternative.
You don’t have to be anti-gay to be anti-abortion, but the two sometimes run together in Colorado politics.
50 years ago, Colorado became the first state to legalize abortion. Now pro-choice advocates are asking lawmakers to honor that history.
Half a century ago, on April 25 1967, Colorado led the charge in ensuring the full range of reproductive care for its residents by becoming the very first state to pass a law legalizing abortion. Abortions had previously only been allowed in cases of rape or incest, or when the life of the mother was threatened.
NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado spoke out last week against Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, and Colorado native, Judge Neil Gorsuch.
Asked by a conservative talk-radio host whether U.S. Senators have private discussions with U.S Supreme Court nominees about cases like Roe v. Wade, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) said Thursday they “absolutely occur,” but Gardner dodged a follow-up question about whether he’d discussed Roe with Neil Gorsuch, President Donald Trump’s high court nominee.