A Note from Brad: We must fight back. They must be held accountable. Moments ago, House leaders abused their power once again and killed civil unions in the special session of the Colorado legislature. Time after time, they promised us a fair hearing. They didn’t keep their word, and we will not forget. In theRead more >>
Today, House Leadership once again killed the Colorado Civil Unions Act by sending the bill to the Speaker’s “kill committee,” just one week after it was initially sent to the Judiciary Committee. If passed, the bill would have provided committed same-sex couples with critical legal protections, such as the ability to inherit property, to takeRead more >>
By Jace Woodrum Deputy Executive Director, One Colorado On Tuesday, at a rally calling for a full up-or-down vote on civil unions in the House, I said: “No matter what happens today or tomorrow, the unspoken truth in this whole debate is we will win. Whether it is today or tomorrow or next year orRead more >>
Mayor Michael B. Hancock today applauded members of the House Judiciary Committee for passing the 2012 Colorado Civil Unions Act out of committee. The Mayor encouraged the leadership and members of the House to support the continued progress of the bill. The Mayor issued the following statement: “I am extremely proud of last night’s historicRead more >>
Now that civil unions has passed the House Judiciary Committee, it will be heard in the House Finance Committee. We’re hoping that the bill will be heard this afternoon — so we’re asking that supporters of civil unions take action now. Make a call to the Republican members of the House Finance Committee now! OurRead more >>
Moments ago – the Colorado Civil Union Act passed a huge hurdle! One courageous Republican, Representative B.J. Nikkel of Loveland, voted with all five Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee to move SB-2 forward with bipartisan support. They said it couldn’t be done. They said it was impossible to win ONE Republican vote. They saidRead more >>
The Safe Schools Coordinator will implement statewide plans designed to improve the quality of life for LGBT students through policy, youth organizing and empowerment, and community building. This person will work closely with other field staff and partner organizations to work to address issues of bullying, harassment, homophobia, and transphobia for youth throughout the state.Read more >>
In the wake of a new poll showing overwhelming majority support for civil unions, legislation passed the Senate (23-12) this week and will now move on to the Colorado House, where it faces an uphill battle. It’s no secret that civil unions will pass if it makes it to the floor. Issues with such widespreadRead more >>
We are so thankful for the leadership and courage of Senator Nancy Spence.
In this week’s video, Brad and Jess offer up some big news of the personal sort. It’s a rare emotional moment from Brad and an announcement you don’t want to miss from Jess — so stop what you’re doing, click “Watch Now,” and take a break four-minute break from work or school.