A conspiracy theorist group that insists the federal government planned the September 11th terrorist attacks is hosting an all-day Fourth of July music festival in Denver’s Civic Center Park.
As a bill to strengthen school vaccination requirements advances in Colorado’s Democratically-controlled legislature, Republican opposition to pro-vaccine policy remains strong, with every Republican lawmaker on the House Health and Insurance Committee voting against the measure Sunday and more in Colorado’s General Assembly vocally opposing it.
Pundit Michelle Malkin is headlining an anti-vaccination rally at the Colorado Capitol on Sunday, in advance of a rare weekend committee hearing. Conservative activist group Concerned Colorado, which calls itself “a voice for families,” invited Malkin, along with anti-vaccine activist Robert Kennedy, Jr. to speak at the event.
Several hundred protesters attended the “ReOpen Colorado” rally at the Colorado Capitol Sunday. They demanded an end to the state’s shelter-in-place and non-essential business closure public health orders. Most people waved signs on the lawn outside the west steps, while others circled the block in their cars, honking horns in support.
If you’ve been following the effort at Colorado’s Capitol to make it more difficult for parents to opt their kids out of school immunization requirements, you’re likely aware that the state has some of the lowest vaccination rates in the nation.
After Tuesday’s vaccine-oriented rally in front of the Colorado State Capitol, a few parents and some of their school-age children filled a committee room in the ornate building’s basement for a town-hall meeting, organized by state Rep. Dave Williams (R-Colorado Springs), to discuss his proposed legislation, called the Vaccine Consumer Protection bill.
As the Colorado Legislature kicked off its 2020 session today, several hundred conservatives rallied on the Capitol’s west steps.
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Colorado lawmaker “likes” Facebook meme claiming flu shot recipients are more likely to have learning disabilities
State Sen. Vicki Marble of Ft. Collins “liked” a recent Facebook meme depicting a woman getting a shot along with the statement, “5x MORE LIKELY to be diagnosed with a LEARNING DISABILITY.”