How many ordinary Coloradans have $10,000 to spare so Cory Gardner can serve them drinks? To this day, Gardner has never disclosed who he spent time with during this Florida junket, what deals he may have made while boating on the "Good Life," or who among the special interest donors he hob-nobbed with may be funding his U.S. Senate campaign today.
This week, The Denver Post’s Kurtis Lee wrote a critically important news story detailing Coffman’s attempt to flip-flop on his longstanding support for banning abortion. The title of the story was, “Mike Coffman adjusts abortion stance in cases of rape and incest.” A short time later, this story disappeared from The Denver Post’s website. I’m not kidding.
Every person in Colorado deserves the privacy and freedom to make choices about reproductive health care without government looking over their shoulder. Every year, new attacks on women’s reproductive rights emerge in Colorado, despite the fact that Colorado is an overwhelmingly pro-choice state. It’s wrong to force anyone’s beliefs on others, but that’s what happens in Colorado year after year.
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