Democratic state Sen. Morgan Carroll became the second woman in Colorado history Wednesday to be selected Senate president, a position that became available with the recall ouster last month of former Sen. John Morse over new gun restrictions.
Two Republicans were sworn in Thursday to replace the Colorado Senate Democrats they defeated in historic recalls over new gun restrictions.
Will Republican state lawmakers read too much into the success of the recall elections and overplay their hand on gun issues?
Colorado’s largest state-based gun lobby has filed a lawsuit against Gov. John Hickenlooper in hopes of overturning what it says is unconstitutional legislation.
Relatives of victims of two recent high-profile mass shootings in the U.S., the Colorado movie theater rampage and the massacre at a Connecticut elementary school, traveled with activists to Washington on Tuesday to lobby again for gun control.
Gun control advocates say the National Rifle Association-aided recall of two Colorado legislators who backed new gun restrictions will make it harder to revive stalled efforts in Congress to tighten firearm laws.
Colorado’s governor says he’ll have to do a better job of getting the facts out there when it comes to gun control laws after two legislators lost their recall elections.
While both recall losses were disappointing for Colorado Democrats, the size of the margin in Giron’s race points to a bigger problem for state Dems.
Gov. John Hickenlooper issued a last-minute warning Monday against any attempts to disrupt Colorado’s first legislative recall election.
In a state darkened by the shadow of nightmarish mass shootings, two Colorado lawmakers who voted in favor of new firearms restrictions are fighting to keep their jobs.