By Jesse Paul
Daniel Ramos, the executive director of Colorado’s largest advocacy organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people, sees Republicans as allies in the fight for equality, tolerance and progress.
“It makes home life less safe for some and threatens the housing security of already vulnerable youth.”
— ACLU of Colorado (@ACLUofColorado) February 14, 2020
“HB20-1114 is not designed to protect minors. It is designed to cater to the comfort of anti-trans legislators who have zero expertise on the well-being of trans folks.” – @Julian_camera92 repping himself and the @ACLUofColorado like the boss trans man that he is! #HB1114 pic.twitter.com/NwENnho9QD
— Lizzy Hinkley (@lizzy_hinkley) February 14, 2020
As expected, the State Affairs committee in the Colorado House killed, on party-line votes, six Republican bills that were viewed as targeting gay and trans people. The committee adjourned around 2:30 a.m. today, after roughly 13 hours.
— Alex Burness (@alex_burness) February 14, 2020