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More Jail for Abortion Providers Than Rapists: CO GOP Senate Hopeful Struggles to Explain Stance

More Jail for Abortion Providers Than Rapists: CO GOP Senate Hopeful Struggles to Explain Stance
Colorado's Cory Gardner, campaigning for a US Senate seat, is having trouble explaining why legislation he co-sponsored would put an abortion provider in jail for longer than a rapist.
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Outside Groups Buy 20 Days Worth of Non-Stop Ads in Colorado Elections

Outside Groups Buy 20 Days Worth of Non-Stop Ads in Colorado Elections
Thanks to the Supreme Court, we have stripped away all the pretenses about money and politics. Money is speech. Speech is money. PACs have evolved (devolved?) into Super PACs and Super PAC dark money has become the black hole of politics. And, whether or not you think this is what the Constitution requires, is there anyone out there who really thinks we’re better off for it?
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CIA to Congress: Oops, Maybe We Did Spy on You a Little Bit

CIA to Congress: Oops, Maybe We Did Spy on You a Little Bit
The CIA admits that it actually did spy on Congress, hacking Senate Intelligence Committee files and filing a bogus report to the Justice Department.
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Flip-Flopping Anti-Abortion Candidate Can't Figure Out Stance on His Personhood Legislation

Flip-Flopping Anti-Abortion Candidate Can't Figure Out Stance on His Personhood Legislation
It's no secret that State Rep. Cory Gardner has a problem with the personhood issue. His campaign for U.S. Senate recognized the trouble almost immediately — the issue has been repeatedly crushed at the polls in Colorado — and made a somewhat surprise move in March to announce that Gardner has flipped (sort of) on his support for of the notion that a U.S. citizen with full legal rights is created BEFORE conception. Because that will make abortion disappear forever. Unfortunately for Gardner, trying to remove the personhood label has proved much more difficult.
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Senate Candidate Realizes Personhood Bad for at Least One Person (Yeah, Him)

Senate Candidate Realizes Personhood Bad for at Least One Person (Yeah, Him)
To the surprise of no one, Cory Gardner has had an epiphany that “personhood” — which he has either strongly supported or really, really strongly supported since at least 2008 — is a bad idea, particularly if you’re running for the U.S. Senate.
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One Actress, One Ad, Six States: Why the Koch Brothers' Anti-Obamacare Argument Is Wearing Thin

One Actress, One Ad, Six States: Why the Koch Brothers' Anti-Obamacare Argument Is Wearing Thin
With an $850,000 ad buy running in six states, the Koch Brothers' Americans for Prosperity is doubling down on the anti-Obamacare rhetoric. Of course, using the same actress to tell the same non-story in six different states shows that the argument is on its last Super PAC-powered legs.
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