Nowhere is gender politics thicker in the election season air than in the mannerly U.S. Senate as it considers what President Donald Trump's choice for the Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh, did or didn't do in high school.
On Wednesday the office of Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman, a Republican, announced that she had joined a bipartisan group of 54 other attorney generals from U.S. states and territories in urging Congress to reauthorize the Violence Against
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper joined 13 other Democratic governors Thursday in issuing a letter urging the Trump administration to reconsider proposed changes to Title X, a federal grant program that funds family planning and preventative health care.
"It's across the spectrum of women's health services," said Colorado's Rep. Diana DeGette, a Democrat. "They're proposing abstinence-only sex education ... restrictions to family planning, and more and more restrictions to abortion."