Two gun violence prevention groups have communicated to Governor Polis their concerns about the potential sale of guns to dangerous persons.
Highlands Ranch, CO – In the May 7th shooting at STEM School Highlands Ranch, “friendly fire” by the school’s security guard illustrates some dangers of having armed citizenry in a school environment
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, CO – Austin Eubanks, 37, a survivor of the Columbine High School shooting in 1999, was found dead in his home Saturday.
DENVER — Last week, in Denver’s southern suburbs, three teenage boys were shot and killed, two of them by teenage boys.
HIGHLANDS RANCH, COLORADO – A school shooting at the K-12 STEM School Highlands Ranch has left one student dead and another seven students wounded, some seriously.
Castle Rock, CO – Protesting that a Douglas County resolution puts the rights of potential mass shooters ahead of citizens at risk, Tom Mauser today called for Douglas County resolution, R-019-025, “Regarding Citizen’s Constitutional Rights, Public Safety and Mental Health” to be rescinded.
DENVER – This afternoon Governor Jared Polis signed HB19-1177 thereby enacting the Extreme Risk Protection Orders law.
DENVER – The Colorado Senate, on an 18 to 17 vote, gave final approval to the Extreme Risk Protection Orders bill (HB19-1177) Thursday that will enable law enforcement and families to ask a judge to order the temporary removal of firearms from persons dangerous to themselves and others.
DENVER – The Colorado House on Monday gave final approval, by a 38-to-25 vote, to HB19-
DENVER — In a well-attended news conference at the state capitol today, State Representatives Alec
Garnett (D-Denver) and Tom Sullivan (D-Centennial) and State Senators Lois Court (D-Denver) and
Brittany Pettersen (D-Lakewood) announced the introduction of an Extreme Risk Protection Orders