By Andrew P. Napolitano
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The nation's only pending ballot measure to ban abortion in all circumstances has failed to advance to a vote in November in Colorado.
The Nov. 8 defeat of the "personhood" amendment in Mississippi is galvanizing supporters to have a do-over in the state and also push measures in Colorado, Virginia and at least eight other states, say leaders of the anti-abortion movement.
Abortion opponents say they're still pursuing life-at-fertilization ballot initiatives in six other states even though voters in the Bible Belt state of Mississippi rejected the conservative measure.
Too many doubts and questions among voters helped doom Mississippi's pro-life "personhood" amendment in voting Tuesday, but anti-abortion forces said Wednesday the vote still marked a sea change in the national debate and that the fight was far from over.