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Defending Life in the Pikes Peak Region

FEB
18

Colorado House Kills Three Pro-Life Bills

Three pro-life bills were presented in a single meeting of the House Health, Insurance and Environment Committee on February 9th : abortion pill reversal information (HB17-1086), registration and inspection of abortion facilities (HB17-1085), and defining life as beginning at conception (HB17-1108).

The testimony in favor of the bills was impressive and came from multiple perspectives including doctors and nurses, lawyers, and even women who have successfully saved babies by using the abortion pill reversal treatment. Local Rep. Lois Landgraf aided the process by asking good questions of those who came to testify.

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FEB
13

Bills Addressing Life Issues at Capitol on Feb 15

A couple of bills addressing life issues will be heard at the state capitol on February 15th.

Here are links to details about the bills:

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FEB
08

Pro-Life Bills in House Committee Hearing on Feb 9

The Colorado House of Representatives is hearing three pro-life bills in the same committee meeting this coming Thursday, February 9th.

Here are links to details about the bills:

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JAN
31

The 2017 Hour for Life in Pueblo

Our sister organization in Pueblo, Pro-Life of Southern Colorado (PLSC), sponsored their annual Hour for Life on the 44th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision (Jan 22, 2017) at the Rawlings Library.

Diane Hochevar, the president of PLSC, opened up with a description of a project to help educate people on the defunding of Planned Parenthood.

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JAN
18

Sanctity of Life Sunday 2017

It was gray and cold; the weather seemed appropriate to the event at hand. It was Sanctity of Life Sunday, January 15th, 2017, and we were remembering the Supreme Court’s Roe v Wade ruling on that winter day forty-four years ago when that coldest of practices, abortion, became the law of the land. The death toll recently passed 58 million. We mourned their loss on Sunday, but we didn’t linger in the gray mood. In fact, the dominant feeling of the day was hope.

Our group of pro-life warriors represented at least three generations, our youngest participant having barely reached her 23rd birthday and our oldest in her 80s. We shared hot cocoa, home-baked cookies, and our stories of hope.

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