After hours of debate Friday night, the state House of Representatives gave initial approval to a package of gun control measures.
A package of gun control measures began its lengthy and emotional route through Colorado’s Legislature on Friday, with the House approving limits on the size of ammunition magazines and expanding background checks after hours of fiery debate about how to stop gun violence.
A Democratic gun control package began its lengthy and emotional route through Colorado’s Legislature on Friday, with the House approving limits on the size of ammunition magazines after hours of fiery debate on gun violence and how to stop it.
Kicking off a long, emotional debate about guns, Colorado lawmakers clashed Friday over setting limits on the size of ammunition magazines, a proposal in a package of Democratic bills responding to mass shootings at an Aurora movie theater and a Connecticut elementary school.
Rep. Rhonda Fields stood before her colleagues recently and told them about her dead son. He would have turned 30 that day.
Colorado’s long-anticipated gun control debate is getting underway at the state Capitol.
In just eight days, four gun bills have been introduced at the state Capitol, and there are at least four others yet to come.
Gay rights. Gun control. Taxes. Illegal immigration. The Colorado Legislature will be far from timid this year.
The survivors and family members of victims of the Aurora theater shooting and Columbine High School shooting demanded a plan of action at the state Capitol on Friday.
A Denver man accused of sexually assault has been found guilty by a Denver jury in a case that utilized a new Colorado law allowing hearsay evidence in cases involving developmentally disabled victims.