With pro-abortion Democrats controlling the Colorado state legislature and the governor’s office, abortion activists are pushing what pro-life groups are calling the most radically pro-abortion legislation in the state’s history.
Colorado Family Action has alerted its members about SB 175, that it says pro-life advocates need to steadfastly oppose.
“This is a radical bill that would create a “fundamental right” to abortion among other things defined as “reproductive healthcare” in this bill,” the group says. “No Colorado State governmental body at any level would be able to enact a policy that “denies or interferes with an individual’s reproductive health care decision.”
“SB 175 is an extreme piece of legislation that would have a destructive impact on Colorado’s ability to limit or regulate abortion and other items defined as “reproductive healthcare” in this bill,” CFA goes on to say.
I’ve said all along that these sorts of issues should be left to the states, as long as such does not violate incorporated Constitutionally guaranteed rights.
If Colorado wants to turn itself into a statewide abortion mill, and you don’t like that, you have at least two options: Don’t go there or, if you are there, leave.