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In Colorado

After Roe in Colorado, abortion will be always legal.  Keep reading to find out more about what abortion law would be in your state after Roe.

MORE ABOUT YOUR STATE’S ABORTION LAWS

Below, we’ve summarized what abortion laws would be in your state after Roe.


The Big Question

After Roe, will my state ban nearly all abortions or allow nearly all abortions?

Colorado will allow nearly all abortions–it has no limitations on abortion in its laws.

Abortion Limits, Exceptions and Enforcement

Limitations on abortions

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If my state won’t ban all abortions, what are the limits to abortion?

Colorado places no limits on abortion.


Exceptions to any limitations

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Are there any exceptions to those limitations placed on abortion?

Not applicable because Colorado does not place any limitations on abortions.


Penalties for performing an illegal abortion

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What are the penalties to abortion providers for committing an illegal abortion (one of the forms of abortion that my state has limited under the law)?

None


Enforcement

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When abortion laws are violated, who can file a lawsuit to enforce their rights and the law?

Not applicable


Special standards of care

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Does my state impose a special medical standard of care on abortion providers?

No


Protecting Fundamental Rights

Parents

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Does my state give parents the right to consent for their child to get an abortion?

Notification to both parents is required; however, this state has a method where a minor can obtain permission from the courts to receive an abortion without parental notice or consent. Colo. Rev. Stat. Ann. §§ 13-22-701 to -708.


Medical professionals

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Does my state have conscience protections for medical professionals who do not want to participate in abortions?

No


Babies Born Alive

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Are there legal protections for babies born alive following a botched abortion in my state?

No


Safety & Health of Women

Physician-only requirement

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Does an abortion have to be provided by a licensed physician in my state?

No


Informed consent

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Does my state’s law require that a woman give informed consent and/or receive counseling prior to allowing an abortion to be performed?

No


Waiting period

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Does my state place any waiting requirement on abortion so that a mother has more time to decide?

No


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MAKING A MORE PROLIFE COLORADO

Your state does not (yet!) have a state family policy council working on the issue of life at your state’s capitol. But the need to fight for life in your state is critical!

If you’re interested in helping start a state family policy council in Colorado, please contact us at: Mail@familypolicyalliance.com.

And, be sure to check out the good prolife work being done by our national allies as well and find a way to plug into the #AfterRoe movement!

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