One Colorado, the state’s largest LGBTQ organization, will be joined by hundreds of allies at the Colorado Capitol Monday.
It’s an annual event that starts at 8:30 a.m. with a gathering nearby at the Central Presbyterian Church at 1660 Sherman St.
Again this year, the LGBTQ lobby is pushing for a bill to make it easier for transgender people to amend a birth certificate to reflect their gender identity.
House Bill 1046 is scheduled to be debated on the House floor Monday, where the Democratic majority is almost certain to send it to the Republican-led Senate. Colorado Politics reported on the bill’s initial committee hearing two weeks ago.
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