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Colorado Now Has Three New Gun Laws

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Newsletter: June 8

  Judge Overturns California Assault Weapons Ban A federal pro-gun rights judge overturned California’s 30-year assault weapons ban calling it a “failed experiment” and stating that the ban is a violation of the Second Amendment.  He then compared an AR-15 to a Swiss Army knife as popular and a perfect weapon for home or homeland

Action Alert: Ask Gov. Polis to Sign Gun Bills

Let’s make sure Gov. Polis knows the public wants gun safety bills. Also, please take time to thank key lawmakers who worked hard to pass this new gun legislation.

Four New Gun Safety Bills on Way to Gov. Polis

In response to the Boulder shooting, four new gun safety bills have passed the 2021 legislature and are on their way to the Governor to be signed.

Event: The Making of a Safer State, online forum May 18th

Join us for this online forum with Tom Mauser and Reps. Jennifer Bacon and Tom Sullivan.

Report on Hearings for Gun Reform, May 2-7, 2021

Lawmakers will decide in the coming days about gun reform legislation. Let’s make sure they know how important it is.

Tell Lawmakers: Pass Gun Reform!

Lawmakers will decide in the coming days about gun reform legislation. Let’s make sure they know how important it is.

New Gun Violence Prevention Legislative Package will Save Lives in Colorado

  Colorado legislators urged to action by constituents following Boulder supermarket shooting Denver — Following last month’s mass shooting in a King Soopers in Boulder, Colorado residents have been urging action on gun violence prevention. In a state that has seen its tragic share of high profile shootings and a persistently high rate of gun suicides,

Colorado Legislature to Consider Boulder-Related Gun Reforms

Colorado Legislature to Consider Boulder-Related Gun Reforms The Boulder King Soopers mass shooting, which took the lives of ten innocent people on March 22nd, has generated a great desire for our state legislature to act.  Reportedly, this week three bills will be introduced that will address both the Boulder shooting and gun violence in general.  Expected