Anti-choice organization Personhood Colorado collected more than 140,000 signatures in favor of the ballot measure, which would redefine the words “person” and “child” to include fetuses, far exceeding the required number.
If the secretary of state approves the signatures and the measure makes the ballot, political observers say it’s unlikely to pass, just as “personhood” abortion bans were defeated overwhelmingly in Colorado in 2008 and 2010.
Even with a packed docket, the Roberts Court could find room to take up important cases on pregnant workers’ rights as well as a direct challenge to Roe v. Wade.
Despite repeated setbacks since 2010, including two overwhelming losses at the polls, anti-choice activists are planning to submit signatures Monday to put another “personhood” amendment on next year’s election ballot in Colorado.
A large conservative conference in Denver showed how conservatives are at once unable to drop their extreme abortion views and, at the same time, at a loss regarding what to say about it.
The former Governor and presidential candidate will headline an anti-choice fundraiser.
The GOP has taken over, and it’s time to start looking at all of the ways they can turn back the clock on progress.
Amendment 62 kicks it up a notch with both sides pushing a little too hard, and an Ohio judge allows teens to marry without parental consent to protect the daughter from an alleged abortion.
The senate race in Colorado is heating up, and Ken Buck gets assistance from a ballot measure and a lot of money. But that might not be enough to secure a victory.
Senate candidate Ken Buck is rapidly losing ground with women voters, and the latest news that he blamed a rape victim for her own rape may make it worse.