Colorado for Equal Rights

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Colorado for Equal Rights (CER) is an anti-abortion group which is gathering signatures to get a constitutional amendment on the 2008 statewide ballot. The amendment, called the "Definition of a Person Act," would confer full legal rights upon fertilized human embryos. [1]

CER registered with the State of Colorado as an Issues Committee on Jun 15, 2007. (CER's ID number is 20075613915). Colorado Secretary of State records show that as of September 30, 2007, the group had US $2,278.78 on hand. The group's registered agent is Debra Burton, mother of CER spokesperson Kristine Burton. [2]

According to Whois.com, the domain name for CER was registered on November 13, 2007 in the name of Jacob Leis of "Red Phone Consulting 4256 Stoneridge Drive Ft. Collins, Colorado 80525". It also lists the fax number as "(999) 999-9999". There is no phone listing for "Red Phone Consulting". [3]

Contact Details

Colorado for Equal Rights
PO Box 298
Peyton, Colorado 80831
Website: http://www.coloradoforequalrights.com/donate.html

Resources

References

  1. Colorado for Equal Rights, "Language of Colorado’s Human Life Amendment", accessed November 2007.
  2. Campaign Finance Online Database, accessed November 2007. (As direct links to the forms expire after an hour, to access the forms, go to the "Campaign Finance Online Database", then click "Search Reports", search on SOS ID using the number 20075613915, then click on the link).
  3. coloradoforequalrights.com Domain Name registration, Whois.com, accessed November 2007.

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