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.
New ammunition limits and universal background checks passed the Colorado House on Monday, during a second day of emotional debates that has drawn attention from the White House as lawmakers try to address recent mass shootings.
Garfield County Sheriff Lou Vallario says any new gun laws will chip away at the Second Amendment.
The Colorado sheriff whose county includes the movie theater where 12 people were killed says law-enforcement officers have no right to ignore gun-control laws unless the courts rule them unconstitutional.
A pro-gun rally was held on the steps of the state Capitol. It was one of several “Guns Across America” events that took place nationwide Saturday.
Gun owners gathered outside Colorado’s Capitol Wednesday as lawmakers convened inside with promises to take up gun-related measures this session.
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.
Yet another shooting in the United States is going to inevitably start another discussion about gun control. The conversation needs to happen, but the discussion is more complicated than it sounds.