Colorado shows the difference a decade, activism can make

06/5/2007 | Detroit News, The

"Persistence," "education" and a gay-friendly governor, coupled with LGBT activism, have helped Colorado begin to overcome its reputation as the "hate state," state Sen. Jennifer Veiga, Colorado's only out legislator, tells columnist Deb Price. Some 15 years after voters approved the state's infamous anti-gay Amendment 2, Colorado recently has approved measures to protect gay and transgender workers from job bias and to allow same-sex couples to adopt.

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