Last week, two anti-abortion bills, one that would have banned abortion outright and another that would have imposed extra barriers on the procedure, were defeated by Democrats at Colorado’s Capitol.
Anti-abortion bills defeated after women speak out about their personal experiences at Colorado’s Capitol
Two bills seeking to curtail access to abortion were defeated in Colorado’s state legislature today following a press conference during which several reproductive rights advocates spoke out–including some who explained how access to safe and legal abortion has been crucial in their personal lives.
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.”
State Sen. Vicki Marble (R-Fort Collins), who is currently under an ethics investigation for allegedly allowing an oil and gas company to pay for a public event, is also having some ethical trouble in the virtual world.
State Senator who falsely accused a Boy Scout of misquoting her now claims media “panders to its liberal base”
Colorado State Sen. Vicki Marble (R-Fort Collins), who falsely claimed last month that she was misquoted by a Boy Scout, stepped up her complaints about the “liberal media” in a Facebook post last month.
Multiple former and current Republican state lawmakers fell for fake news reports that claimed the shooter who killed 26 people inside a Texas church Sunday was connected to Antifa.
State Sen. Vicki Marble (R-Fort Collins) isn’t shying away from her controversial remarks on race and diet that became the partial subject of a national news story this month after an 11-year-old cub scout was kicked out of his den for asking Marble some tough questions.
News of Colorado state Sen. Vicki Marble’s interaction with an 11-year-old cub scout who questioned her about gun violence made national headlines after he was kicked out of his den last week.
Colorado State Sen. Vicki Marble, a Republican from Fort Collins, was apparently pleased that St. Louis police chanted “whose streets, our streets” while arresting people protesting the acquittal of a former officer who murdered a black man.
In a violent display of bigotry that left one counter-protester dead and many more injured, white nationalists descended upon Charlottesville, Virginia, this weekend to protest the city’s plan to remove a statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee.