The egg-as-person folks in Colorado are upset about a voter guide that describes how women will lose the rights to their own bodies if the amendment passes, and a rally will be held to protest the amendment.
The Colorado Republican appears to be becoming less of a hardline on abortion as he moves further into general election mode.
Although Halloween is still a few weeks away, one Colorado columnist is on the lookout for zombie amendments like the Personhood Bill.
How are our favorite anti-choice candidates doing these days? Plus, a “which side owns the Discovery Channel Gunman” mini roundup.
No on 62 held a rally yesterday to kick off their campaign to defeat the Colorado ballot measure that would define a fertilized egg as a person. Luckily, they kept their yard signs from two years ago, when they defeated a near-identical measure.
Colorado is fighting over the “personhood” of fertilized eggs, with a new high profile politician joining the mix, and a former teen star says some questionable things about homebirths.
Republican candidates for governor are attacking each other on abortion, and voters are getting annoyed. Plus, Colorado Personhood has a new mascot: a fictitious slave.
Supporters of the Colorado Personhood initiative have 14 days to get enough signatures to place a constitutional amendment defining zygotes as people on the ballot this fall.
Enough signatures have been gathered to get a Colorado “Personhood” amendment on the ballot, but are there enough good signatures included?
Anti-choice activists tried mightily to put a happy face on their annual March for Life rally but the news was grim for its priority project — placing another “personhood” constitutional amendment on the Colorado ballot.