Boulder shooter used large capacity magazine that’s illegal in Colorado. Where did he get it, and is Colorado doing enough to police such sales?
Colorado Ceasefire Applauds Governor Polis for Signing Life-Saving Safe Storage and Lost & Stolen Bills into Law New laws encourage responsible gun ownership; but work still remains this legislative session Denver — Today, Governor Jared Polis took decisive action to further address Colorado’s gun violence epidemic. These two laws — safe storage and lost & stolen
A bill requiring safe storage of firearms and ammunition is on the way to Gov. Polis.
Once signed by the governor, the new law will require an individual who owns a firearm to report the loss or theft of that firearm to a law enforcement agency within five days after discovering that the firearm was lost or stolen. A first offense for failure to make such a report is a civil infraction punishable
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Statement by Colorado Ceasefire on the March 22 mass shooting in Boulder.
Make two phone calls today to make Colorado safer from mass shootings
Join us for this virtual session on kids and guns, featuring Dr. Emily Betts, Dr. Eric Sigel, and Johnnie Williams, ED of the Gang Rescue and Support Project of Denver.
New study from Children’s Hospital finds that kids are more at risk from firearms than automobiles.
Former Sen. Mark Udall and Ceasefire Board Member Myra Isenhart on why legislature should pass safe storage bill.