The state has less than two weeks to gather 95 percent of their necessary signatures.
Due to lack of support, there will be no “personhood” on the state’s ballot this year.
Yet another state wants to ask voters to give rights to eggs at the moment of conception.
He’s the last man standing, but that doesn’t mean the most extreme of the anti-choice activists are willing to accept him.
Tuesday, they complained that nothing was getting through committee. But by Thursday they hope to have new restrictions ready to be signed into law.
If the state’s voters don’t want it, the legislature will just force it on them.
Personhood Colorado makes yet another go at establishing full rights of “personhood” for fertilized eggs.
When they say they want to protect “young and old” alike, they mean really, really, really “young.” Like, fertilized eggs.
At least they still managed to work “prenatal person” in.
If your amendment language gets turned down, it must be a super secret “pro-abort” plot.