May 20, 2020

Michael New, visiting assistant professor, social research, published commentary on National Review about an effort in Colorado to use direct democracy to limit late-term abortions and how pro-lifers have been effective in their use of direct democracy.

..."Interestingly, it was in Colorado that pro-lifers organized one of their first successful direct-democracy campaigns. Colorado had been funding elective abortions through the state Medicaid program since the 1970s, but in 1984, Centennial State voters narrowly approved Initiative 3, which prevents taxpayer funding of elective abortions."...

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