Nicolais: Colorado’s GOP has not learned its lesson on anti-LGBTQ+ rhetoric from 10 years ago
In the most chaotic end of session in Colorado legislative history, Republicans lost the state for a decade — now they are doubling down
Carman: Even in Colorado, women’s rights, human rights are under siege
Despite relentless political spin, abortion bans have nothing to do with life and everything to do with controlling women.
Zornio: Colorado voters dropped the ball on abortion in 2014. We can’t drop it again.
The election of a pro-life candidate like Cory Gardner is a mistake Colorado voters can’t afford to make twice
Littwin: I got Michael Bennet out of his sickbed to discuss Roe and the child tax credit. Yeah, he felt even worse.
But what if overturning Roe, which most Americans support, backfires on Republicans, giving Democrats a chance to hold on to Congress in November?
Littwin: Whatever happens to Trump in 2024, his Supreme Court appointees ensure the revolution lives on
The Alito draft that would overturn Roe v. Wade is real. And dangerous. And a full-on assault on women’s rights. And the Big Truth is that this is just the beginning.
More abortion patients, more money, more volunteers in Colorado if Roe v. Wade is struck down
Both sides predict more intensity in Colorado if states in the South and Midwest outlaw abortion
Draft opinion suggests Supreme Court will overturn Roe months after Colorado Democrats affirmed abortion access in the state
News of the draft opinion comes a month after Colorado Gov. Jared Polis signed into law a bill affirming abortion access in the state.
Colorado governor signs bill affirming abortion, contraception access into law
House Bill 1279 was approved by the legislature last month along party lines and comes amid questions about the future of Roe v. Wade
Colorado Democrats send abortion-access bill to Gov. Jared Polis to be signed into law
The legislation passed the Senate by a 20-15, party-line vote Wednesday after it was debated on the floor for about 13 hours on Tuesday
Littwin: As Colorado Dems move to pass abortion-rights law, GOP falls back on theatrics
If the Supreme Court overturns Roe, as expected, it’s hard to see how magnifying abortion rights will do anything but help state Democratic candidates in November.
An annotated version of the bill to affirm abortion access in Colorado
House Bill 1279 is steadily advancing through the Capitol despite fierce Republican opposition
Bill affirming abortion access in Colorado clears second hurdle after 24 hours of debate on House floor
Representatives began debating House Bill 1279 on Friday morning and finished at about 11 a.m. Saturday in what was likely among the longest debates in the Colorado legislature’s history
Nicolais: Cold wars and culture wars never go away
As the world watched Russia invade Ukraine, culture warriors here in the U.S. reignited battles believed to be long over
Opinion: If we’re going to have an abortion debate, let’s start with reliable data
Colorado’s vital statistics concerning abortion are not always credible. A proposed state law would improve them
Democrats’ effort to affirm abortion access in Colorado won’t stop Republicans from trying to limit the procedure
A law enshrining abortion access in Colorado could be overturned by a Republican statehouse majority and governor. And it wouldn’t prevent conservatives from running ballot initiatives to undermine it.
Littwin: The Supreme Court is expected to overturn or gut Roe v. Wade. In either case, that’s just the beginning.
Nicolais: Supreme Court abortion case could have far wider political implications
If the court adopts a more deferential position to states’ rights, it could set in motion a cavalcade of state laws further dividing the country
Littwin: Conservative Supreme Court justices are asking us to, please, stop calling them partisan hacks
Since the court decided not to issue a stay on a Texas abortion law, justices have rushed to defend themselves. Are they listening to critics?
Silverman: Bob Enyart was a man with convictions. They cost him his life.
The pastor and conservative talk radio host who spurned vaccines died recently of COVID-19
Colorado attorney general and 19 others back South Carolina abortion law challenge
Brief filed Wednesday in federal appeals court claims law banning abortion when fetal activity is detected would tax health care systems in other states as women seek care elsewhere