September 02, 2020 Feature

Review of the Year 2019 in Family Law: Case Digests


Colorado. Norton v. Rocky Mountain Planned Parenthood, Inc., 409 P.3d 331 (Colo. 2018). The court held that the state did not violate Colorado’s constitutional provision, § 50, prohibiting the use of public funds to pay for the performance of any induced abortion. Further, the state does not violate this provision by paying or reimbursing an entity for services for non-abortion medical services—even if the provider uses its income to subsidize operations of a facility that offers abortion services.

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