Civil Unions

1:46pm

Tue May 8, 2012
Politics

[Updated] "The World Is Watching," After Impasse, Civil Unions Bill Dies On House Floor

Theo Doranian Flickr/CreativeCommons

In what could create an historic end to the Colorado legislative session, Colorado’s Civil Unions bill cleared the House Appropriations committee on a 7-6 vote with one Republican supporter. The stage is now set for a possible debate on the house floor which could last well into tonight. 

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5:32am

Mon May 7, 2012
Politics

Capitol Conversation: Colorado Civil Unions

KUNC

A bill to allow civil unions in Colorado is poised for a showdown in the Republican controlled house in the final days of the state’s legislative session. The measure narrowly cleared two Republican house committees by one vote, last week, and still faces one more committee hearing before it can head to the full floor for debate.

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5:22am

Fri May 4, 2012
Politics

Civil Unions Bill Passes Another Legislative Hurdle

Republican Representative BJ Nikkel expaling her vote.
Daniel Gonzales

A measure to allow civil unions in Colorado has cleared the Republican controlled house judiciary committee. Many in the audience say they were shocked when the same committee that defeated the bill last year moved it forward.

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6:44am

Wed May 2, 2012
Politics

Opinions on Civil Unions Changing In Colorado

A drawing by 4 year old Jeremy Simon, showing his parents Fran and Anna.
Nathan Heffel KUNC

A bill that would legalize civil unions in Colorado faces a key test at the State House this week. While the measure has an uncertain future with lawmakers – a recent survey suggests a majority of Coloradans favor passage of a civil unions bill.

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1:22pm

Mon April 30, 2012
Politics

Attitudes on Civil Unions Changing In Colorado

Theo Doranian Flickr/CreativeCommons

A recent survey by Public Policy Polling, a Democratic survey company, suggests a majority of Coloradans – 62% - favor passage of a state civil unions bill. The bill is scheduled for a hearing this Thursday in the same house committee where it failed last year by one vote. 

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