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Topic - Monica Mccafferty
The nation's only pending ballot measure to ban abortion in all circumstances has failed to advance to a vote in November in Colorado.
Colorado authorities this week approved a resident-led ballot initiative that would prohibit the killing of innocent human life, but opponents are expected to file a legal challenge by next week.
"This year they're not even getting people to sign on to the concept," she said. "Hopefully that signals that Coloradans understand the concept, that they don't like the outcome of what this would mean."
Spokeswoman Monica McCafferty said support for the idea is eroding.