Anti-abortion activists used the public comment period during last night’s Pueblo City Council meeting to voice opposition to a CARE [Clinics for Abortion and Reproductive Excellence] clinic that recently purchased property in Pueblo. Activists called on the council to take action to prevent the clinic from opening.
Several elected officials spoke at the grand opening of an anti-abortion pregnancy center in Pueblo last month, including one Pueblo City Councilman who likened the COVID-19 pandemic and the millions of deaths resulting from the virus to what he called the “pandemic of infanticide.”
After losing a bitter primary race to fellow Republican Don Bendell last year, former state House Rep. Judy Reyher has thrown her hat into the contest to displace Democrat Bri Buentello, who defeated Bendell in a close race last November for the House District 47 seat.
Republican lawmaker Reyher, who posted racist Facebook memes, “embarrassed our party” and was “selected under a cloud of suspicion,” says her GOP opponent in exit email
Tamra Axworthy formally ended her campaign to fill a vacant seat in the Colorado House of Representatives, stating in an email today that she can’t “understand why the [Republican] party would move ahead with seating a candidate who was selected under a cloud of suspicion and who has embarrassed our party with racially charged offensive remarks.”