Monthly Archives: June 2018


Blog: News Update – June 28, 2018

Dear Friend of CORCRC, Don’t duck and hide! As this newsletter is being put together, the news bombards the senses by dismantling what was considered to be core American values. On Tuesday the Supreme Court came to two devastating decisions. First, they honored President Trump’s ban on travelers from seven predominantly Muslim countries. The Supreme Court reversed a lower court’s decision that the ban was illegal. SCOTUS stated that the President was acting within his right to “suspend entry of aliens into the United States.” Religious liberty took a blow! And if that wasn’t disheartening enough, the highest court in the land decided that the First Amendment wasn’t imperative to protect patients in California’s ‘crisis pregnancy centers’. Justice Clarence Thomas wrote the majority response to National Institute of Family and Life Advocates v....


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Gail deVore

Gail deVore has lived in Colorado for more than three decades, serving on many local and national Boards of Directors. She is passionate about reproductive health rights and access to healthcare. She is a founding board member of the Nightscout Foundation, an organization focused on creating solutions for diabetics to better manage their condition. She is also on the board of the National Council of Jewish Women, Colorado Section, serving as VP of Public Relations. NCJW is coalition member of CoRCRC. Ms. deVore is regularly at the Capitol to testify in committee and to meet with various elected officials supporting the ACA, reproductive rights, prescription pricing, and other issues affecting women, children, and families. Ms. deVore’s career began as a student organizer in Kansas, then brought those skills to Colorado where she...


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Blog: News Update – June 14, 2018

Dear Friend of CORCRC, Momentum can best describe the tidal wave of power and influence being exercised by women. Women are entering politics and winning primaries at unprecedented levels. The blatant hostility towards women exhibited by the President and his administration has emboldened all women and embarrassed many good men. A sign of cultural shift is the surprising fact that passage of the Equal Rights Amendment is resurrected.  Illinois became the 37th state to pass the E.R.A in May of 2018 and 38 states are needed for ratification. The main clause states: “Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex.” Arguments made against the E.R.A. in the 70’s and 80’s sound familiar.  Opponents feared that gender...


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