[PRESS RELEASE] COLOR AND NEW ERA COLORADO CELEBRATE THE CEMENTED STATUS OF “ABORTION PILL REVERSAL” AS UNPROFESSIONAL CONDUCT, ALLOWING FIRST-IN-NATION LAW REGULATING MEDICATION ABORTION REVERSAL INTO EFFECT
COLOR, New Era Colorado, and our partners remain committed to removing all barriers to access so that we can protect Coloradans’ right to lead safe, healthy, and self-determined lives.
[IN THE NEWS] Cost of living, abortion, gun violence top concerns in survey of Colorado’s Latino voters.
Another top issue for Latinos in the survey was abortion rights, at both the state and federal level. A little more than half of the respondents said laws to limit access to abortion made them more likely to vote in 2024.
[IN THE NEWS] Many Colorado students juggle college and parenting. Often they feel like outsiders on campus.
Originally Published on September 5, 2023 by CO Chalkbeat. Deysi Parga Macias faced a dilemma last fall in the first week of classes at the University of Colorado Boulder. She […]
The group purposefully chose to take its time developing the initiative, which Middleton says it began discussing in 2021. The members chose 2024 in part because organizations like theirs tend to have more monetary resources in presidential election years, when more donors pay attention to what’s on the ballot and voters are more engaged.
[PRESS RELEASE] ABORTION IS GOOD POLICY, IT IS HEALTHCARE THAT COLORADANS WANT TO SEE EXPANDED AND PROTECTED.
On August 9, 2023, we were made aware of an interview that Gov. Polis was part of with CNN’s Dana Bash on July 23, 2023. In this interview, he said: “On something like abortion choice, Democrats don’t believe that abortion is good. We believe it’s bad, and it should be minimized…”