The letter states that the incident occurred this past summer on a cross-country overnight trip when the school district assigned the fifth grade girl to sleep in the same bed as a fifth grade student who is biologically male.
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A Christian school will be allowed to participate in Colorado’s universal preschool program after a judge ruled Oct. 20 that the state cannot discriminate against the school based on its religious beliefs about gender ideology.
A Denver-area Catholic medical clinic can continue to help women reverse unwanted chemical abortions.
Dede Chism and Abby Sinnett, who run the Denver-area Bella Health and Wellness, are arguing that a new Colorado law banning abortion pill reversal impedes the First Amendment rights of their clients and their medical practice.
And while the rules bar discrimination based on religion, officials gave exemptions to some faith-based providers — but not Catholic schools — that allow them to give preference for admission to their own congregants.
The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty legal group had filed the challenge on behalf of Bella.
In the wake of the new laws, the state’s bishops reaffirmed their resolve to advocate for the unborn.
The Centennial State already has some of the most pro-abortion laws in the U.S.
The ordinance passed its first reading Nov. 28 by a vote of 4-3, according to the local media reports.
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