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Guest Post: With Kavanaugh nomination, the threat to gut Roe becomes...

One of the defining characteristics of Colorado is that we are a pro-choice state, and have been since we became the first state to...

NARAL denounces ColoradoCare, saying it would restrict abortions

Colorado’s leading pro-choice group has come out against Amendment 69, saying the proposed single-payer ColoradoCare system would impede abortion access in the state. "I think...

How the GOP is trying to outlaw abortion — even after...

Colorado Republicans have long waged battles against government funded contraception and abortion. This legislative session promises to be no different. Months after a shooting that left three...

Study details state-by-state agenda to ban abortions

NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado released a new report showing how the movement against abortion has organized to undermine Roe V. Wade.   DENVER - Passions run high when it...

Udall supporters keep Gardner reproductive rights hits rolling

  Two new anti-Cory Gardner for Senate ads this week follow up on last week's visit from Planned Parenthood Action Fund President Cecile Richards and an open letter...

Colorado eyes Supreme Court ruling knocking down abortion-clinic buffer zone

The law struck down today was based in part on Colorado's "bubble bill," a first-in-the-nation law passed in 1993 that set up a floating 8-foot zone anywhere within 100 feet of a clinic.

Analysts baffled by Colorado GOP abortion politics ‘strategery’

"It’s a mystery as to how it serves their interests to have a bill that most centrist voters perceive as extreme and that will be quickly killed at the capitol."

Group pushes anti-abortion laws into state legislatures nationwide

The national anti-abortion-rights group behind Virginia’s controversial ultrasound bill last week released seven new bills it plans to push through state legislatures this year.

Obama: All insurance plans will have to cover birth control

The Obama administration announced today that it is standing by its decision to require that insurance providers — with the exception of religious employers — cover birth control as a preventive service. Instead of giving in to requests that all objectors be able to opt out, the feds have instead given religious groups a one-year extension to meet the mandate.

Anti-abortion measures gaining steam around the country

Twice as many anti-abortion-rights state laws were passed in 2011 than in 2010, according to a new report by NARAL Pro-Choice America, the nation’s largest abortion-rights policy group. Even more legislation is expected in 2012, NARAL policy experts said during a Thursday press briefing on the 21st edition of “Who Decides? The Status of Women’s Reproductive Rights in the United States.”

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