CO 2008 Personhood Amendment 48 Results

Election Results: Politically, Colorado's personhood Amendment 48 was trounced, but still it received over 600,000 'Yes' votes, providing a firm baseline from which we will continue the fight to uphold the God-given right to life of unborn children. With two down and one to go: slavery abolished and the holocaust ended, Christians will continue their 41-year fight in our state since 1967 to end the 'legalized' killing of unborn children. Defeating widespread injustice is never easy.

Alan Keyes at Power in the Park

See Presidential Candidate Dr. Alan Keys as he addressed a crowd at Martin Luther King Jr. park during the Power in the Park event August 25th.

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Personhood Amendment on 2008 Ballot!

Colorado's Secretary of State Mike Coffman certified that the Personhood Amendment will be on the November ballot! Now through the campaign we can teach the public and our politicians of government's obligation to uphold God's enduring command, Do not murder!

CRTL Thanks the Knights of Columbus

Colorado RTL thanks the Knights of Columbus council in Littleton Colorado for their encouraging letter and financial support to help CRTL promote personhood, as they wrote, "that society be mobilized to force our political system to protect the right to life of the unborn and elderly." Amen to Tony Schaffhauseer and everyone at the Archbishop James V. Casey Council!

131,245 Personhood Signatures!

Historic Date May 13, 2008

DENVER, Colorado - Kristi Burton of Colorado for Equal Rights, along with a hundred of their 1,100 volunteers, delivered dozens of boxes containing 131,245 personhood signatures to the Colorado Secretary of State! That's 55,000 more than required by law to get the Personhood amendment on the November ballot!

"This is historic," said Colorado Right To Life president Joe Riccobono. "For the first time in any state, in forty years, pro-lifers are forcing a statewide opportunity to declare the personhood, and therefore, the right to life, of unborn children." A dozen reporters attending including from Denver's TV stations 4, 7, 9 and 31, and print journalists from the Colorado Statesman, Associated Press, Denver Post, and the Rocky Mountain News.

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