“Fertilized egg” is now a slur? So says Personhood USA.
Will the voting public decide that the new “pro-life without discrimination” candidates have gone too far in stripping women of their reproductive rights?
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.
Despite an increasingly progressive climate around sexual health education, Colorado’s abstinence-only-until-marriage industry continues to thrive, and continues to use dangerous and discriminatory approaches in reaching vulnerable youth.
How are our favorite anti-choice candidates doing these days? Plus, a “which side owns the Discovery Channel Gunman” mini roundup.
A new report from the Center for Reproductive Rights reviews the losses of women’s rights throughout the states in the aftermath of health reform.
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.
A Denver school makes borth control available to its students, and parents as far away as Alabama are upset. Plus, more from the “anti-epidural” legislator
Graphic billboards go up in Texas, anti-choice legislators still trying to defund Planned Parenthood, ACOG opposes Amendment 62 in Colorado, and clinics challenge Louisiana law.