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By Diogenes (articles ) | Aug 30, 2008

This November, voters in the state of Colorado will be asked to approve legal definition of a "person" as "any human being from the moment of fertilization."

Proponents of legal abortion are understandably worried about this referendum question, the Washington Post reports.

"This is about a minority with an extreme political view," says Crystal Clinkenbeard from Protect Family, Protect Choices. "We are very gravely concerned." 

Hey, this is a referendum, Crystal: a majority vote. If your political opponents are an extreme minority, why are you concerned about the outcome? 

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