GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. — This evening, presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will face questions about national security, military affairs and veterans issues at the first-ever Commander-in-Chief Forum, presented by the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans for America and broadcast on NBC News
GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. – This morning, Colorado Women’s Alliance announced its first wave of endorsements ahead of November’s general election. The endorsed candidates, as well as the offices they seek, are listed as follows:
GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. — On August 26, 1920, the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution was enacted, granting American women the right to vote. Since 1972, this landmark date has been celebrated as Women’s Equality Day.
DENVER – In partnership with the Centennial Institute’s Western Conservative Summit, Colorado Women’s Alliance is pleased to welcome a panel of nationally-recognized political strategists for an important and timely discussion on the power of the women’s vote. The meeting will provide insight on the changing face of the American electorate, trends within the women’s vote and how women view current candidates and issues in 2016.
DENVER — Colorado House Democrats have advanced partisan “equal pay” legislation that would force all state contractors to provide equal compensation to men and women, regardless of experience or quality of work.
DENVER —Republicans from across America have arrived in Cleveland for today’s opening of the Republican National Convention.
All eyes will be on Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, a candidate who remains within striking distance of Democrat Hillary Clinton despite suffering from the lowest favorability ratings of any major party nominee in the history of polling.
Denver, CO (July 14, 2014) – Colorado Women’s Alliance released the following statement today:
“We have a humanitarian crisis at our southern border, and Mark Udall is running around Washington worried that family-owned Christian businesses do not want to cover abortion-inducing drugs. This is beyond the pale,” said Krista Kafer with Colorado Women’s Alliance.
Supreme Court decisions stops the artificial “war on women” ploy, letting women choose their own birth control without the heavy hand of a patronizing federal government
Denver, CO (July 01, 2014) – Colorado Women’s Alliance released the following statement today after the Supreme Court released their decision in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc.:
Senator Udall should walk a mile in a Colorado woman’s shoes to understand she is more worried about the rising cost of living and horrible job market than the abortion issue
Denver, CO (June 19, 2014) – Colorado Women’s Alliance released the following statement today:
Denver, CO (April 08, 2014) – Colorado Women’s Alliance released the following statement today regarding Equal Pay Day 2014:
The old guard feminist establishment likes to lead with headlines like, “GM’s First Female CEO Will Make Half Of What Her Predecessor Made”, as they did in a Think Progress article on February 4, 2014. They claim Barra’s total comp will be $4.4 million while Akerson made $9 million. Just six days later, the Wall Street Journal reported Barra is eligible for up to $14.4 million in total compensation, 60 percent more than Akerson. Darn those pesky facts.
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COLORADO WOMEN’S ALLIANCE OPPOSES ENERGY BANS; ENCOURAGES WOMEN TO SEEK TRUTH ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC IMPACT OF FRACKING
Extreme Moratoriums Threaten Colorado Economy and Employment
October 28, 2013 (Denver, CO) – Colorado Women’s Alliance is calling on all Coloradan women to research fracking, the impact of the energy bans in four Colorado cities and to push back on the fear mongering and junk science that extremists are using to create angst in our local communities.
“We are inundated with negative, often inaccurate information about the impacts of natural gas development on our communities, with extreme groups selling the idea that this tried and true drilling technique is bad for our children and families,” said Debbie Brown, Executive Director, Colorado Women’s Alliance. “We’re encouraging women to research the facts about energy production and the benefits to our communities.”