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Joey BunchJoey BunchMarch 13, 20183min362

Dozens of walkouts are planned at Colorado high schools Wednesday at 10 a.m. to memorialize the Feb. 14 massacre at a high school in Parkland, Fla. Organizers say at least 2,500 schools nationwide are participating. “We will no longer tolerate gun violence," Jua Fletcher, Sofia Garcia and Sophie Cardin, student organizers at South High School in Denver, said in a joint statement Monday. "We demand that action be taken to protect our right to life and education. We need safe schools. We need comprehensive gun control.”


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Ernest LuningErnest LuningJanuary 20, 201812min2402

On the anniversary of President Donald Trump's inauguration and just hours after the federal government went into a partial shutdown, tens of thousands of protesters — most waving signs and many clad in signature pink hats — flooded Denver's Civic Center Park and streets around the state Capitol Saturday morning for the city's second Women's March, as organizers vowed to channel a year's worth of outrage into electoral power.


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Jared WrightJared WrightFebruary 11, 20174min556

Have you ever noticed how often liberal feminists claim they speak for all women? They consistently insist their policy agenda is pro-female. Call me naive, but I believe liberals are about as pro-female as they are pro-choice. They claim to be pro-choice, but attempt to legislate everything under the sun, such as: soda sizes, guns, coal, car sizes, God, free speech, bathrooms, school choice, cake baking, salt, and cigarettes. For them, pro-choice boils down to just two options: Whatever they demand and abortions.


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Mike McKibbinMike McKibbinFebruary 7, 20179min424

As last month’s Women's March on Washington and the March for Life showed, Americans continue to have sharp differences over the abortion issue. On different days, organizers estimated 1 million people gathered in Washington, D.C. and more than 5 million worldwide to support gender equity issues, including the right to an abortion, followed by tens of thousands of demonstrators who marched up Constitution Avenue to the Supreme Court for the anti-abortion political rally. The debate, of course, extends to Congress, where majority Republicans quickly acted to pass a permanent ban on federal funding of abortions or health care coverage that includes the procedure. And in Colorado, three bills were introduced in the state Legislature that would either ban abortions or discourage women from receiving them. A resolution in support of access to reproductive health care passed the Colorado House of Representatives.