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Media Release: Polis Signs Record Eight Gun Violence Bills

Seven new measures become law, one issue goes on 2024 ballot  DENVER, JUNE 10, 2024 —Eight new common-sense gun violence prevention measures have now been signed into law by Gov. Jared Polis, following a landmark 2024 Colorado Legislative session. Among the new laws are three Colorado Ceasefire considered to be high priorities, including requirements to

CoCeasefire News: Wear Orange June 7-9

Image H/T Wear Orange June 7-9 Join Colorado Ceasefire in honoring survivors and building community with those working to end gun violence by wearing orange this June 7-9. We honor the communities shattered by gun violence alongside the more than 120 people who are shot and killed, and hundreds more who are wounded and

COCeasefire News: Polis Signs Vehicle Storage, CBI Bills into Law

Last week Gov. Jared Polis signed two Colorado Ceasefire-supported bills into law: SB24-003, Colorado Bureau of Investigation Authority to Investigate Firearms Crimes, (Sens. Tom Sullivan, Meg Froelich and Monica Duran). This legislation gives the Colorado Bureau of Investigation the tools and funding to crack down on illegal gun activity and protect Colorado communities. HB24-1348, Secure

Media Release: Common-Sense Gun Measures Gain Legislative Approval as General Assembly Ends Session

DENVER, MAY 9, 2024 —Eight new common-sense gun violence prevention measures were passed in the 2024 Colorado Legislative session, which ended late Wednesday, Colorado Ceasefire announced today. A measure to require merchant category codes has already been signed into law by Governor Jared Polis, and Ceasefire looks forward to bill signings on the others within

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.