If approved, the measure would define the term “person’’ and rights in the state Constitution “to apply to every human being from the beginning of the biological development of that human being.’’
The 2008 ballot proposal, disapproved by almost 73 percent of Colorado voters, sought to define personhood as beginning with a fertilized human egg.
Organizer Keith Mason said the 2010 campaign strategy entails a revolutionary tool called MyCampaignTracker.org. More than 1,300 people have connected to work for Amendment 62. . . .
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Backers of Colorado's Personhood Measure Regroup With a 2010 Ballot Proposal
Boston Globe/Denver Post: Backers of ‘personhood’ measure regroup:
Colorado is the only state in the union with a 2010 ballot proposal to redefine what a person is. Organizers of Amendment 62 are hoping to turn their 3-to-1 defeat at the polls in 2008 into constitutional change.