News of the senseless killing of moviegoers in Aurora, Colorado, still rings in our ears. Media around the world reported 12 people were killed. But they have the body count wrong. Thirteen people were murdered. Ashley Moser was pregnant when she took two bullets—one to the neck, the other to the abdomen. As a result of her injuries and the surgeries to save her life, Ashley suffered a miscarriage and her baby died. Doubling the tragedy, Ashley’s six-year-old daughter was also killed. Colorado is one of a few remaining states without a law protecting unborn babies who’re killed as a result of an attack on the mother. The state’s refusal to acknowledge Ashley’s baby as a human victim rubs salt in her physical and emotional wounds. It’s time for Colorado to change.
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