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Planned Parenthood laments losses, throws birth-control bake sale

This legislative session in Colorado was marked by "an unprecedented number of attacks on reproductive health care," according to a statement released by Planned Parenthood Votes,...

Tim Neville’s anti-abortion mobile clinic crashes into reproductive rights debate

Sen. Tim Neville, R-Littleton, distributed flyers on the Senate floor Thursday announcing that a mobile pregnancy counseling clinic, equipped with ultrasound technology, would be...

Udall campaign marks sixth month since Gardner’s stand on personhood went...

  U.S. Sen. Mark Udall's re-election campaign is celebrating the six-month mark of Republican challenger Congressman Cory Gardner's wobbly stance on the anti-abortion personhood movement. A...

DA, Team Udall critique Gardner’s hardline anti-abortion record

  In the wake of the Cory Gardner campaign's efforts to shift the break-neck Colorado Senate race conversation away from Gardner's confusing support of personhood...

McLachlan: Supreme Court ruling strengthens Colorado bubble bill

The Supreme Court's unanimous decision, today, to overturn the Massachusetts law creating a 35-foot do-not-approach zone around abortion clinics is actually an affirmation of Colorado's version of the law according to state Rep. Mike McLachlan, who defended the "bubble bill" before SCOTUS as Solicitor General of Colorado back in 2000, when the law was upheld.

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.

Abortion issue may be big in Senate race

Most polling shows Republican challenger Ken Buck leading in his bid to unseat Democrat incumbent Michael Bennet. Polls also show that Buck trails badly...

SD 16 candidate Leonard brings far-right baggage to key state Senate...

State Senate District 16 candidate Tim Leonard shocked the mainstream Republican Party and a lot of Democrats when he trounced moderate 5th Judicial District Attorney Mark Hurlbert at the GOP’s SD 16 assembly back in May. Portraying himself as pro-business and anti-big-government, Leonard seemingly rode a tea party wave of disaffection to a 71 to 29 percent victory over Hurlbert, who had the backing of mainstream Republicans like state Sen. Al White and Senate Minority Leader Josh Penry.

Gallup: Tea partiers more white than America and viewed more negatively...

According to a Gallup poll released Monday, tea party loyalists are fairly representative of larger U.S. demographics, although they appear to be more white...

DeGette lauds health bill as ‘strong foundation’; pro-choice groups see betrayal

Colorado U.S. Rep. Dianna DeGette, vice chair of the Energy and Commerce Committee and head of the pro-choice caucus, agreed to a deal to...