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The Colorado Catholic Conference OPPOSES HB19 1032 - CONCERNING COMPREHENSIVE HUMAN SEXUALITY EDUCATION. The Colorado Catholic Conference believes that this bill further compromises the ability of local school districts to maintain a system of local control that allows communities and school districts to determine content standards for comprehensive human sexuality education.  Local school districts, in conjunction with school boards and parents are the best vehicle to determine what content standards should be adopted for instruction regarding human sexuality; these groups are the best resources to govern what values and standards should be reflected in this type of instruction.  Parents are the primary educators of their children and education policy must be crafted in a manner that places the needs of the children and parents first.
 
CLICK HERE TO READ HB 19 1032

HB 19 1032 IS SCHEDULED TO BE HEARD ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28 IN THE SENATE HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTE ROOM 357.  THE COMMITTEE STARTS AT 1:30. 

ANYONE IS WELCOME TO COME TO THE CAPITAL TO LISTEN TO THE HEARING AND/OR  TESTIFY ON HB 19 1032 

PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO CONTACT THE  SENATE HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE AND ASK THEM TO VOTE NO ON HB 19-1032.  

PROBLEMS WITH HB19-1032

  • If pregnancy outcomes are covered, abortion and life must be presented as equal options
  • The "age-appropriateness" of the curriculum is vague and the actual content of the curriculum is undefined
  • Cannot teach abstinence as the primary or sole acceptable preventative method
  • "Healthy relationships" are defined by the state, not by parents
  • Creates a loophole where programming on gender, gender expression and sexual orientation can be taught outside of the human sexuality instruction without notification provided to parents
  • Charter schools may not apply for a waiver

Please contact the members of the Senate Health and Human Services Committe and ask them to VOTE NO on HB19-1032.

SENATE HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE
5 Members (3-2)


Sen. Rhonda Fields               Chair
SD 29  Democrat
303-866-4879
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Twitter Handle: @RepRhondaFields
 
Sen. Brittany Pettersen         Vice-Chair
SD 22  Democrat
303-866-4859
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Twitter Handle @Petterson4co
 
Sen. Larry Crowder              
SD 35  Republican
303-866-4875 
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Twitter Handle: @SenatorCrowder
 
Sen. Jim Smallwood             
SD 4    Republican
303-866-4869 
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Twitter Handle: @jimsmallwood
 
Sen. Faith Winter
SD 24  Democrat
303-866-4863
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Twitter Handle @FaithKWinter