Former Lt. Gov. Jane Norton filed the lawsuit in 2013, arguing that state funding given to Rocky Mountain Planned Parenthood for medical services effectively subsidized an affiliate which performed abortions.
The Colorado Supreme Court has supported other judges’ dismissals of a lawsuit accusing the state of funding an abortion provider in violation of the state constitution.
Former Lieutenant Governor Jane Norton filed the lawsuit in 2013, arguing that state funding given to Rocky Mountain Planned Parenthood for medical services effectively subsidized an affiliate which performed abortions and rented space from the organization.
The government has been shut down since late Friday night as Democrats refused to vote for a Republican bill to keep the government open, insisting that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, due to expire in March, be addressed.
Colorado’s U.S. senators both voted to reopen the federal government through Feb. 8 Monday morning as Republicans and many Democrats came to an apparent agreement to work on a bipartisan solution to their disagreement on immigration in the coming weeks.
It’s Sunday and it’s snowing, and you know what that means.
Yes, social media is flooded with dogs in the snow, and we here at Denverite think you deserve to look at them without having to wade through football tweets and tropical vacation ‘grams. So, we’ve assembled a few good snow dogs for your easy viewing pleasure.
May you experience even half as much joy as these dogs are experiencing today.