The state of Colorado remains divided when it comes to social issues facing the state with barely half of voters supporting the Supreme Court's recent ruling allowing businesses, including Hobby Lobby, to opt out of some contraceptive coverages for their employees. What are your thoughts?

In a story, KKCO reported the results of a new survey showing 50% of Colorado voters support the ruling in favor of Hobby Lobby, while 46% disagreed, and 3% offered no opinion.

The results of the survey seem to mirror a recent KOOL 107.9 poll asking listeners their view on the Supreme Court Ruling. In our poll, 50% of respondents supported the ruling, but 16% were unsure of their feelings.

While the court ruling was in favor of Hobby Lobby, other Christian-oriented businesses stand to be affected by it, but only time will tell which ones will take advantage.

Along with the legalization of recreational marijuana and same-sex marriage, this is another social/religious issue facing the state. Do you agree with the Supreme Court ruling?

You can weigh in on this current issue and take our poll.