With 85 percent of Colorado’s sheriffs signed onto an historic lawsuit, it is clear that an entirely new chapter is about to be written in Colorado’s conversation about guns.
Most of Colorado’s elected sheriffs are trying to strike new gun restrictions with a federal lawsuit against the state that argues the laws violate the right to bear arms.
Connecticut officials are setting aside millions of dollars to address backlogs in background checks that have soared into the thousands since the December school shooting in the state, which is one of several struggling with bottlenecks as people rush to buy guns ahead of new restrictions.
Colorado lawmakers were closing a contentious and weighty term Wednesday with big decisions settled on gun control to immigration to marijuana. But the 120-day session didn’t end without a dose of partisan sniping and a few big ideas left on the table.
From one point of view, the defeat of the background check bill in the U.S. Senate looks like a major victory for the NRA. But a closer look shows a very different political story than what we have been hearing.
Colorado Democratic Sen. Mark Udall says supporters of universal background checks for gun buyers aren’t giving up despite a defeat in the Senate.
DENVER (CBS4) – More than half of Colorado’s sheriffs are planning a lawsuit to block new state gun laws. Thirty-seven of Colorado’s 62 elected sheriffs say they are prepared to sue to overturn laws that […]
Gun control measures proposed in Connecticut after the December massacre in Newtown and expected to win approval Wednesday would be among the strongest such laws in the country.
President Barack Obama is traveling to Colorado next week to discuss the state’s new gun control laws with law enforcement and community leaders.
A landmark expansion of background checks on firearm purchases was approved Friday by lawmakers in Colorado, a politically moderate state that was the site of last year’s mass shooting at a suburban Denver movie theater.