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Senator Steadman announces he will introduce bill establishing civil unions for same-sex couples in Colorado

Last week, The Denver Post reported this important breaking news: During the 2011 legislative session, State Senator Pat Steadman plans to introduce a bill establishing civil unions for same-sex couples in Colorado. Civil unions are a form of state-level relationship recognition that provides same-sex couples with the same protections and responsibilities given to married couplesRead more >>

One Colorado Issues Statement Regarding Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell

Today, the United States Senate voted to invoke cloture and end the filibuster of the bill that would repeal Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT), the discriminatory policy prohibiting openly gay, lesbian, and bisexual Americans from serving in the military. Legislation repealing DADT passed the US House of Representatives earlier in the week and will nowRead more >>

More than a dozen additional organizations have joined in our call for a Safe Schools Task Force

Just a few weeks ago, we called upon Governor-elect Hickenlooper and the incoming legislature to establish a Safe Schools Task Force to investigate the problem of bullying and harassment in Colorado schools and to make recommendations for addressing the problem. We were joined in this call-to-action by the state’s leading education organizations, including the ColoradoRead more >>

Learn how to tell your story to the media

Join us at an upcoming media training with GLAAD! Are you willing to tell your family’s story to the media in order to advance civil unions for LGBT families? To accomplish our goal of achieving relationship recognition for same-sex couples, One Colorado needs volunteers from all across the state who are willing and trained toRead more >>

Extra! Extra! Read all about us

Last week, with the support of the state’s major education associations, we called upon Governor-elect Hickenlooper and the incoming legislature to create a Safe Schools Task Force to address the issue of bullying and harassment in schools. In the days that followed this call-to-action, a number of news outlets reported on this important story. SeeRead more >>

We’re creating a family album

In the first months of One Colorado’s existence, we did a lot of listening. And we heard, loud and clear, your number one priority—family. That’s why we’ve launched our Family Album Project. Together, with your help, we’ll create an album of Colorado’s LGBT families. This album will be a powerful tool. We’ll show it toRead more >>

Bipartisan support for civil unions in Illinois

Last week, the state of Illinois took two historic steps toward providing committed lesbian and gay couples with critical legal protections as both the State House and Senate passed legislation—with bipartisan support—enacting civil unions in 2011. The Governor of Illinois is expected to sign the bill into law early next year. Civil unions provide lesbianRead more >>

One Colorado and Colorado Educational Associations Call On Governor, Legislature to Establish Safe Schools Task Force

Today, One Colorado, the Colorado Education Association, the Colorado Association of School Executives, the American Federation of Teachers–Colorado, and the Colorado Association of School Boards released a letter calling on Governor-elect Hickenlooper and the 2011–12 General Assembly to take immediate action to stop bullying and harassment in Colorado schools. The letter calls for the establishmentRead more >>

Our Communications Manager, Jess, was on AM 760 this morning

Our Communications Manager, Jess Woodrum, was invited to participate in the morning show on AM 760, Progressive Talk Radio. She spoke with fill-in host Jonny 5 from the Flobots about marriage equality and the movement to secure relationship recognition for lesbian and gay couples. Interested in listening to the interview? Click here to view theRead more >>

Meet Featured Leader Jessie Ulibarri

Jessie Ulibarri is a father, a partner, and an LGBT and Latino activist. He’s also a One Colorado supporter and a community leader in our work toward a fair and just Colorado. Meet Jessie in the first edition of The Weekly ONE’s “Featured Leader,” a regular column highlighting the community leaders who make our workRead more >>