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Colorado Your Contraception IS Threatened By Far-Right According to the John Birch Society

The original wingnuts make a strong argument for why you should take the far-right’s threats to your contraception seriously.

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Amendment 48 Goes Too Far

Here’s something you still may not know about Colorado’s “personhood amendment” on the ballot – chances are you or your own family will be affected if this crazy proposal passes.

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Amendment 48: An Absurd Lack of Empathy

Although it’s hard to imagine the American public tolerating the medical neglect of women in the name of protecting life, Colorado’s Amendment 48 would use the force of law to ensure that women give birth to non-viable babies rather than aborting them.

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Amendment 48: Constitution and Consequences

If Colorado’s proposed constitutional amendment to bestow legal rights on fertilized eggs passes this November, the state should look to Nicaragua for a model of likely effects of an abortion ban.

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Anti-Choice Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter Opposes Amendment 48

Self-described “pro-life” Catholic Gov. Bill Ritter has announced his opposition a Colorado ballot initiative that would define fertilized eggs as legal persons. Coloradans will vote on the amendment this November.

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Next Stop, Supreme Court: What Happens If Anti-Choice Ballot Initiatives In South Dakota and Colorado Pass?

Is it wise for anti-choicers to bring a direct challenge to Roe to the Supreme Court, as they would if either the South Dakota or Colorado ballot initiative passes? Anti-choice activists are divided on the strategy.

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Fanning the Radical Anti-Abortion Flames in Colorado

An internecine fight has been brewing between warring camps of absolutists that oppose abortion under any circumstances versus those who advocate for incremental change or are willing to make exceptions in certain cases. Latest battleground: Colorado.

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Colorado Personhood Law Backer Linked to Militant Anti-Abortion Groups

A strange netherworld of extremes exists in today’s anti-abortion movement. Nowhere is that more evident than in Colorado’s proposed Amendment 48, a controversial mandate that seeks to confer constitutional rights to fertilized human eggs.

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