The Colorado House Health and Insurance Committee approved Senate Bill 189 on Tuesday, which the bill’s sponsors contend would improve access to reproductive healthcare services by removing economic barriers. The bill passed the Senate last week and now heads with amendments to the House Appropriations Committee for consideration. Provisions in the bill would require state-regulated … Read more

With Texas’s trigger ban taking effect today, Colorado clinics are gearing up for more out-of-state abortion seekers from Texas and surrounding states banning the procedure.     The Cobalt Abortion Fund, an organization helping women connect to abortion services in Colorado, said 64% of the 168 clients it has helped since the US Supreme Court … Read more