Colorado Rights Blog

ACLU of Colorado By: ACLU of Colorado 9.2.2014

Durango Herald Editorial: “Amendment 67: Third try at ‘personhood’ goes way too far”

Our Executive Director’s editorial about Amendment 67 appeared this weekend in the Durango Herald. In it, he writes that “Neither the government nor religious crusaders should be allowed to intervene and take control of difficult, personal decisions best left to a woman and her doctor. Amendment 67 goes far beyond what it appears to be at first glance, threatening basic rights and opening a legal Pandora’s box that would be very hard to close because it would be written into the Colorado Constitution.”

Read more here.

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