reproductive health care

Chad Reich

  • CDPHE ends mask mandate for students
  • Lawmakers expanded access to reproductive health care
  • Center for Mental Health employee arrested, accused of bilking clients
  • Ute Water Conservancy District pulling drinking water from Colorado River
  • Fox in Montrose, Sherbino in Ridgway among local venues still awaiting federal grant dollars
  • Kate Redmond discusses COVID outbreak at West Elk Mine with data analyst Terry O'Brien

  

  • A third harassment claim is filed against Rep. Senator Baumgardner
  • Report card on reproductive rights passes Colorado, fails the nation
  • El Paso County lawsuit against 3M for water contamination
  • Harassment claim against Rep. Senator Tate deemed credible
  • Ordinance regulating OHV use in Montrose takes effect today
  • Condolences to Jake Ryan, former KVNF News producer

One of this November's statewide ballot questions may look familiar to Coloradans. For the third time since 2008 voters will decide the fate of an amendment dealing with the issue of personhood. This time around supporters are taking a different approach.

Amendment 67 would change the state's criminal code and wrongful death act to include the term "unborn human beings" when referring to a "person" or "child."