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2024 Legislative Agenda Status Update

2024 Colorado and Federal Firearm Bills Last Updated: May 9, 2024 Colorado Gun Violence Reform Proposals Signed into Law SB24-066 Firearms Merchant Category Code – Strongly Support; Status: Passed Senate 3rd reading 2/21 with vote of 22-11. Passed House 3rd reading on 4/8 with 38-21 vote.  Governor signed into law 5/1.  (Sen. Tom Sullivan and Reps.

Assault Weapons Ruling in CA, Implications & Reflections for Colorado

In a recent and striking legal development, U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez of San Diego once again overturned California’s decades-old ban on assault weapons. This decision carries significant implications for not only California but also for the broader discussion surrounding gun rights and gun control policies, including those in the State of Colorado. Judge Benitez’s

Understanding the Complex Landscape of Gun Violence and Its Political Implications

Gun violence is a pervasive issue that affects communities across the United States. The horrific realities of school and hate-motivated shootings, coupled with daily occurrences of gun violence, underscore the urgency of addressing this crisis. It is no surprise that Americans rank gun violence as a top concern for Congress. To combat gun violence, we


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In the wake of the devastating events in Lewiston, Maine, our hearts ache for the lives lost, the injured, and the families forever impacted. We understand the pain of these tragedies all too well, from our own experiences in Colorado, with Columbine, Aurora, Boulder, and Colorado Springs. We deeply empathize with the people of Lewiston

The Urgent Need to Strengthen Domestic Violence Firearm Prohibitions

A Closer Look at the United States v. Rahimi October marks Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a time to shed light on a pressing issue affecting countless lives across the nation. As we focus on raising awareness, the United States Supreme Court is set to deliberate on an important case—United States v. Rahimi. At its core,