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Abortion rights are on the line at the Supreme Court. What...

Sarah Weddington, the lawyer who at age 27 successfully argued Roe v. Wade at the U.S. Supreme Court, figured the landmark ruling that legalized...

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...

Thunderdome 2015: Abortion politics vs. Colorado

“Thunderdome 2015” is The Colorado Independent's wrap-up series on the 2015 legislative season. For a series overview, check out “Thunderdome 2015: 120 days under the...

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...

Wives of Udall, Gardner powerful activists in their own right

  The two men running for U.S. Senate in Colorado have spent more time gabbing about birth control and abortion over the past four months...

In tight state House race, Benge slams Kagan for being a...

  The Republican newcomer seeking to represent Colorado’s House District 3 is running largely on one qualification – womanhood. A persistent, gender-loaded message underscores Candice Benge’s...

Women for Udall talk priorities — health care and voter mobilization

  A group of female business owners joined Congresswoman Diana DeGette and Planned Parenthood Action Fund President Cecile Richards at local woman-owned restaurant Fire on the Mountain...

CO Senate personhood debate pivots to over-the-counter birth control

Republican Congressman Cory Gardner is out with a new ad today highlighting his support for over the counter birth control, specifically "the pill."

Colorado ‘religious freedom’ initiative moves step closer to 2012 ballot

The Colorado Secretary of State’s title board on Wednesday approved language for a “religious freedom” ballot initiative submitted last month by Colorado Springs-based evangelical organization Focus on the Family. Supporters of the initiative can now begin collecting the roughly 86,000 valid voter signatures it will take to land the proposal on election ballots this November.

Gardner, despite past record, offers no comment to NYT on abortion

State Rep. Cory Gardner, R-Yuma, declined to comment about his views on abortion in a New York Times article Wednesday, saying people weren't really...