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Bennet gets boost from Buck in courting key moderate voters

Polling now puts the U.S. Senate race in Colorado pitting Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet against GOP Weld County DA Ken Buck as a dead...

Rape victims deem Buck’s support of abortion ban ‘appalling’

Amendment 62 and Republican Ken Buck’s campaign for the United States Senate seat held by Democrat Michael Bennet have come together to create the perfect storm for women’s rights advocates in Colorado.

Buck expresses no regret for any offense to 2005 rape victim

Bringing a Denver Metro Chamber Chamber of Commerce candidate forum in Denver to a close Friday afternoon, ABC's Jake Tapper asked Weld County DA...

Uncoordinated (or how the Colorado Independent reported the Buck rape story)

No real reporter likes to be the subject of a story he or she has written, but that is where some part of the...

Buck’s refusal to prosecute 2005 rape case reverberates in U.S. Senate...

Republican U.S. Senate nominee Ken Buck's decision not to prosecute a rape case five years ago angers women still, more because of his dismissive attitude toward the victim than for the decision itself.

Buck not alone in opposing morning-after pill even in cases of...

The Denver Post on Sunday became the first major news outlet in Colorado, with the exception of the Associated Press, to report that Ken...

Buck abortion stance largely ignored by Colorado media

No matter what you think of abortion, it’s fair to say that U.S. Senate candidate Ken Buck’s opposition to abortion, even in the case...

Buck reiterates position opposing abortion in cases of rape and incest

The Washington Post reports this morning that another Democratic Party tracker video of U.S. Senate candidate Ken Buck is making waves, this one capturing...

Overdue Indian crime bill passes without support of Colo. Republicans

A bill aimed mainly at bolstering American Indian law enforcement power to investigate rape and other crimes committed on tribal lands passed the U.S. House last week with overwhelming bipartisan support. Rights groups, who have watched similar efforts fail time and again, hailed the move as a major step in stemming the epidemic of violence that plagues Indian women in particular. Some House Republicans, however, including Colorado Reps Mike Coffman and Doug Lamborn objected to the bill, voting against it not based on its substance, which they agree addresses a serious problem, but because of the cursory way they say the Democrats pushed the bill through Congress.

Lunchtime links: Tancredo on Obama, Kenya, Arizona

* Tom "Tank" Tancredo tells South Carolina to ship Obama back to Kenya. He's also thinking of writing a Colorado ballot initiative for November...
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