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“Suicide By Doctor” fraught with risks for Colorado

“Physician-assisted suicide is dangerous for a myriad of reasons and should be aggressively resisted, “ say three attorneys in a new policy brief from Centennial Institute. Suicide By Doctor: What Colorado Would Risk on the Slippery Slope of Physician-Assisted Suicide, by Michael Norton, Natalie Decker, and Catherine Foster, is published as the Colorado General Assembly moves toward Continue reading

Ballot-palooza floods Colorado mailboxes, benefiting Dems

A third of a million Coloradans who have shown little interest in voting will get ballots in the mail this month anyway, teeing up a big pool of low-information voters for manipulation by Democrats and expanding the opportunities for election fraud.

The trigger for this was House Bill 1303, enacted last spring, which not only provides for same-day voter registration, but also requires election officials to reclassify Continue reading