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Is Anti-Choice Colorado Group Encouraging Politicians to Lie About their Positions?

(humphreyforhouse.org)

Recognizing the public’s hostility toward candidates who want to ban abortion, a Colorado group offers to help candidates who want to conceal their anti-choice views from voters.

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Expert: Colorado ‘Personhood’ Unlikely to Make Ballot

The latest effort to effectively ban abortion and contraception in Colorado may not qualify for the November ballot.

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Financial Issues Dog Second Colorado Egg-As-Person Campaign

The peculiarities on Personhood Colorado campaign’s recent financial disclosure form may be an oversight by fledgling activists…or a much more cynical attempt to thwart public accountability by a well-oiled theocratic political machine.

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What Now? Colorado Groups Seek “Personhood” For Cells

A new version of the anti-choice initiative soundly defeated by Colorado voters in 2008 is making its way to the 2010 ballot. The intention? To grant cells the full spectrum of citizen rights.

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Egg-as-Person State Law Campaigns Attract New Faces, Old Radicals

The so-called “personhood” movement promoting constitutional rights for fertilized eggs got a fresh shot in the arm in recent days with ballot initiatives gearing up in Florida and renewing efforts in Colorado and Montana. And a host of familiar nationally-known and emerging local activists from hard line anti-abortion groups are leading the new charge to ban abortion, contraception, and other comprehensive reproductive health care.

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‘Egg-as-Person’ Crusade Drives Big Money to Anti-choice Groups

In just five short years, the primary movers and shakers in the absolutist anti-abortion/anti-choice movement seeking to promote the “personhood” of zygotes (the single cell that forms after a sperm fertilizes an egg) have amassed nearly $58 million in tax-deductible contributions for their cause. A special investigative report by Wendy Norris for RH Reality Check.

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