Denver Direct: March 12th Rally to Protect Women’s Health
Friday, March 9, 2012
But just this week the Colorado Supreme Court decided that it will allow Personhood Colorado to move forward in placing a third “personhood” measure on the Colorado ballot again this election season. This means that for the third time Colorado voters will be presented with an anti-choice, anti-woman, anti-family measure that will insert politicians, the courts, and lawyers into the most personal and private medical decisions women in consultation with their doctors and families make every single day.
“No wonder women and men who support women’s health, have been asking themselves, ‘what is going on,’” said Cowart.
It’s time to take a stand, and the PFPC coalition encourages any concerned member of the public to join us on Monday, March 12. We will rally to protect women’s health and our voices will be heard. We will send a strong message to our state’s lawmakers—stop the war on women!
WHEN: Monday, March 12, 11 am -12 pm
WHERE: West steps of the Colorado Capitol (Lincoln & Colfax)
WHO: Speakers to be announced
WHY: It’s time to take a stand and protect women’s health!
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