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 […]
Ratcheting up pressure for Congress to limit access to guns, President Barack Obama said Wednesday that steps taken recently by Colorado to tighten its gun laws show “there doesn’t have to be a conflict” between keeping citizens safe and protecting Second Amendment rights to gun ownership.
There are already legal challenges being planned to two of the gun control bills signed into law by Gov. John Hickenlooper on Wednesday.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper will sign gun control measures Wednesday that pose limits on ammunition magazines and expand background checks for firearms.
Colorado Senate Democrats advanced an expansion of background checks on firearm purchases as part of a package of bills responding to the shootings in Aurora and Connecticut.
Firearm restrictions pitched by Colorado Democrats advanced Monday, as the battle over them intensified with hundreds of gun rights supporters cramming the state Capitol and circling the building all day with car horns blaring.
There’s been a lot of support for a Colorado lawmaker who became the target of death threats over her stance on gun control issues.
Lawmakers are becoming the target of aggressive and sometimes threating emails and phone calls as the debate over stricter gun laws escalates in state capitols.
Hundreds of gun rights supporters in Colorado sent a strong message to lawmakers on Saturday.
A federal appeals court has ruled that permits allowing people to carry concealed weapons are not protected by the Second Amendment.