Club Q tragedy not enough for El Paso County Sheriff to enforce high capacity magazine ban
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
Federal Judge Improves Preliminary Injunction on Minimum Age Law By Eileen McCarron On April 28th, Governor Jared Polis signed a bill establishing a minimum age of 21 for any firearm purchase. That law went into effect on August 7th, but on that very day, a federal district court judge placed a preliminary injunction on the
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Judge Overturns California Assault Weapons Ban A federal pro-gun rights judge overturned California’s 30-year assault weapons ban calling it a “failed experiment” and stating that the ban is a violation of the Second Amendment. He then compared an AR-15 to a Swiss Army knife as popular and a perfect weapon for home or homeland
Let’s make sure Gov. Polis knows the public wants gun safety bills. Also, please take time to thank key lawmakers who worked hard to pass this new gun legislation.
In response to the Boulder shooting, four new gun safety bills have passed the 2021 legislature and are on their way to the Governor to be signed.
In the days following the mass shooting tragedy at a Boulder King Soopers, an oft-repeated question was, “How was the alleged shoote