SIGN: Prevent Gun Violence

http://act.progressnowcolorado.org/sign/colorado-orlando-guns/

This weekend’s attack on the Pulse nightclub brought together the combined threats of terrorism, gun violence, and bigotry our nation faces today.

No To Indiana-Style Discrimination

http://act.progressnowcolorado.org/sign/no_indiana_style_disrimination/

Unfortunately, some Colorado legislators are fighting to pass legislation in our state similar to Indiana’s. Tell your representative that we won’t let them turn Colorado into Indiana.

Equality at last

While we congratulate our LGBT friends, neighbors, and family members on their historic victory, it's important to remember that two politicians vying to represent Colorado are on the wrong side of history--and we won't forget.

Thank you, Gov. Hickenlooper

Take a minute right now to thank Governor Hickenlooper for his leadership. It’s time for Colorado to embrace the freedom to marry for every citizen of our state, and it’s time for opponents of equality to admit they’ve lost. We’ll share your names and comments with Gov. Hickenlooper’s office and the press.

Colorado is not Arizona

It’s not a coincidence that Cynthia Coffman, like her boss Attorney General John Suthers, is more interested in defending discrimination than focusing on the needs of her state--just like Jan Brewer in Arizona, who recently announced she would not seek another term after years of controversy in office.

About time–stand up for marriage equality in Colorado

Today, public opinions polls show that a majority of Coloradans support the right of gay and lesbian people to marry the person they love. Nine Colorado couples have made a courageous decision to ensure that other loving couples can experience the same joy and dignity of honoring their commitment to one another by filing a legal challenge to overturn Amendment 43--Colorado’s ban on same-sex marriage.

From Rep. Jared Polis: Let’s stop discrimination

Right now, I'm fighting in Washington to end job discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity once and for all. Moments ago, the U.S. Senate passed an important piece of legislation to do just that: the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA). In Colorado, these basic protections have been in place for years, and it's past time we exported our common sense to the rest of the country.