Colorado Bureau of Investigation
Gun-rights activists and college students thronged the Capitol Wednesday to see lawmakers debate concealed weapons on campuses.
Colorado lawmakers denied extra funding Thursday to help ease a logjam on background checks for firearm purchases, which have increased dramatically in the aftermath of the mass shooting at a Connecticut elementary school as the debate over gun control ramps us.
The prospect of tighter gun laws has gun sales soaring and the Colorado Bureau of investigation remains flooded with requests for background checks on buyers.
The Colorado Department of Public Safety plans to ask lawmakers for $500,000 hoping to add staff to handle all the background checks for people wanting to buy guns.
The Colorado Bureau of Investigation is planning to ask lawmakers for $500,000 to be used to help process the growing backlog of background checks for potential gun buyers.
The Tanner Gun Show starts Saturday in Denver and gun enthusiasts are sure to talk about the renewed calls for tough gun laws.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper wants to expand mental health services and make mental health records readily available for background checks on firearm purchases.
The day after the shooting in Connecticut a lot of people in Colorado tried to buy a gun.
A Gunnison County Sheriff’s deputy will be suspended and has to teach an ethics class for not asking the sheriff if he could take an off duty job at a billionaire’s ranch.
According to court documents, Cameron Washington, 30, admitted to police he broke into three apartments and stole a laptop, but he denied committing sexual assault.
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