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Abortion rights advocates and supporters have collectively braced themselves as the Supreme Court prepares to unveil its final ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. The case brought Roe v. Wade, and its 50 years of constitutional protection for reproductive healthcare, back to the highest court in the nation.
On May 3, a leaked draft majority opinion obtained and published by Politico revealed that the Court has voted to overturn constitutional protections for abortion rights should it be finalized. The court will release its final ruling around late June or early July before its summer recess.
“The sense of urgency that you all feel is exactly what politicians, the courts and anti-abortion proponents need to see in order to take us and our movement seriously,” said Aurea Bolaños Perea, communications and policy manager for Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights, or COLOR.
Three Colorado Democrats announced they'll offer the Reproductive Health Equity Act this legislative session, with support from COLOR and Cobalt.
The University of Denver commemorated MLK Day on Monday, with speakers calling attention to the ongoing struggle for voting rights.
Here are the links to fundraisers, campaigns and events that will benefit the victims and their families of the Dec. 27 shootings.
In May, Instagram posts sparked a major #MeToo movement within the craft beer industry. Six months later, what's changed in Colorado?
Although Womxn's March Denver has been working toward a more inclusive image, several activists have said the movement doesn't represent them.
The sexual assault allegations against DPS Director Tay Anderson are unsubstantiated. However, the report questions his behavior and contact with a student.
The rise of "anti-homeless" hostile architecture and encampment sweeps across Denver is alarming to advocates, who say it's worsening the issue.
Over the weekend Denver residents and pro-choice organizers rallied in support of Texas residents and began working on plans for the future.
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