In November 2015, Robert Dear opened fire on a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs, killing three people and injuring nine. The shooting intensified the ongoing battle over abortion, riling up pro-life and pro-choice communities throughout the state.

Colorado is a politically diverse state, and is one of the critical battlegrounds for women's reproductive rights. The issue of abortion has always been a divisive issue in state politics, and as a swing state, abortion could play an important role in how people here vote.

VICE News spoke with individuals on both sides of the argument to better understand how the issue of abortion will impact the decision of voters on Super Tuesday, and in the 2016 general election.

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