By Peri Duncan
Special to Under the Flatirons
For the third time in the last four elections, Coloradans voted down a “personhood” amendment to the state constitution.
This time, it was Amendment 67, which lost by about a 2-to-1 margin. As of noon on Wednesday November 5, the amendment had garnered only 35.5 percent of the votes cast versus 64.4 percent against. Should that margin stand, however, it would be the greatest percentage of Coloradans voting for the measure in the history of personhood legislation. Continue reading