Loophole Allows Sale of Guns to Dangerous Persons
Two gun violence prevention groups have communicated to Governor Polis their concerns about the potential sale of guns to dangerous persons.
STEM Security Guard’s Actions Illustrate Dangers of Arming Teachers
Highlands Ranch, CO – In the May 7th shooting at STEM School Highlands Ranch, “friendly fire” by the school’s security guard illustrates some dangers of having armed citizenry in a school environment
Death of Columbine Survivor – Reminder of Addressing Guns and Mental Health
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, CO – Austin Eubanks, 37, a survivor of the Columbine High School shooting in 1999, was found dead in his home Saturday.
More Guns or Gun Safety? What’s Next for Colorado?
DENVER — Last week, in Denver’s southern suburbs, three teenage boys were shot and killed, two of them by teenage boys.
School Shooting in Highlands Ranch
HIGHLANDS RANCH, COLORADO – A school shooting at the K-12 STEM School Highlands Ranch has left one student dead and another seven students wounded, some seriously.
Douglas County Commissioners Should Put Gun Safety Before Gun Rights
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County resolution, R-019-025, “Regarding Citizen’s Constitutional Rights, Public Safety and Mental Health” to be rescinded.
Governor Signs Extreme Risk Protection Orders Law
DENVER – This afternoon Governor Jared Polis signed HB19-1177 thereby enacting the Extreme Risk Protection Orders law.
Senate Approves Bill on Extreme Risk Protection Orders
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.
House Approves Bill on Extreme Risk Protection Orders
DENVER – The Colorado House on Monday gave final approval, by a 38-to-25 vote, to HB19-
Introduction Of An Extreme Risk Protection Orders Bill (HB19-1177)
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
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