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Vaccines in Colorado: Informed choice or forced mandate?

By Deborah Riffenburgh — Under the guise of boosting school immunization rates, Colorado recently passed the Colorado Healthy Communities Act (SB20-163), which redefines vaccine exemptions and imposes new requirements on parents who choose not to vaccinate. As other states move in this direction, and as a COVID-19 vaccine nears, we must ask: How far can government mandate compliance without violating parents’ Constitutional rights? And what lies in store if citizens neglect to stand up for their rights?

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Colorado supreme court rules on prenatal child abuse

By Deborah Riffenburgh — Can a person be convicted of child abuse for injuring a pre-born child? The Colorado Supreme Court has just said no. But in an interesting turn of events, the court’s decision opens the door for the state legislature to clarify Colorado’s child abuse statute and grant pre-born children personhood.

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Personhood Alliance welcomes 3 more affiliates, continuing its rapid growth

The Personhood Alliance board of directors has approved three new affiliate applications in Arizona, Colorado, and Maryland, bringing the number of its affiliate organizations to 22. Five more applications are currently under consideration. “We are experiencing incredible growth in the alliance right now, as Christians across the country are responding to the common-sense principles of personhood,” says Personhood Alliance president Gualberto Garcia Jones, Esq…

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