Colorado Ceasefire and Colorado Faith Communities United host briefing session February 24
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Guns and Domestic Violence Colorado Ceasefire is collaborating with like-minded organizations to produce a series of virtual roundtable discussions about reducing gun violence in Colorado. Join us online for the first session: Wednesday, October 21, 6:00pm (MDT) Register here. About this Event Colorado Ceasefire is 20 years old! Since we cannot get together
Join Us For Lobby Day, Thursday, February 6th Date: Thursday, February 6thLocation: First Baptist Church, Denver(near 13th and Grant St)9:30 a.m. – 12:30 a.m. RSVP: Info@ColoradoCeasefire.org Join like-minded citizens in this fun and informative training session hosted by Colorado Faith Communities United and Colorado Ceasefire. You’ll learn how to meet with your legislators and lobby for gun
Colorado’s new law to reduce gun violence goes into effect January 1, 2020. It’s a life-saving tool that allows family members/households or law enforcement to petition the court to temporarily remove firearms from a person deemed a danger to themselves or others.
Colorado Ceasefire and CFCU (Colorado Faith Communities United to End Gun Violence) are co-hosting an evening with Colorado’s Attorney General Phil Weiser.
Giffords and Colorado Gun Owners for Safety is hosting a Guns 101 seminar. David Chipman, who is Senior Policy Advisor and retired ATF agent, will give a presentation.