Ban on gay conversion therapy takes step forward in Colorado legislature

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DENVER -- Legislation that would prevent Colorado youths from undergoing gay conversion therapy -- programs run mostly by religious organizations to steer gay and lesbian teens back toward a heterosexual orientation, took another step forward Friday.

It happened after a lot of candid talk and sharing of real experiences. Watch Macradee Aegerter's video report for some insight into the issue.

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