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County resolution, R-019-025, “Regarding Citizen’s Constitutional Rights, Public Safety and Mental Health” to be rescinded.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
DENVER – January 23, 2019 A bill introduced January 8th in Congress would require universal background
checks in all 50 states. The bill, H.R. 8, would help keep guns out of the hands of criminals and people with a
To a nation reeling in the wake of yet another mass murder – this time at a Florida high school, Colorado’s Senate responded with its affirmative vote to allow permit-less concealed carry, which translates into more guns in more places.
Today, Dick’s Sporting Goods announced that it will no longer sell assault weapons, as well as ban high capacity magazines and bump stocks, and only sell firearms to those at least 21 years of age.
In the wake of the shooting death Monday of Sheriff’s Deputy Micah Flick and the wounding of three other El Paso County officers, the grim toll of gun violence in Colorado climbs to three dead peace officers in just five weeks.
Colorado Ceasefire celebrates today the Denver City Council for banning the sale and possession of bump stocks, a significant step towards protecting citizens of our city from gun violence. Denver is now the second city in the country to adopt this commonsense measure.