Arapahoe High School junior Paul Gordon is helping organize one such walkout. Golden High School sophomore Enzo Perri is staying put.
The school shooting in Florida last week in which 17 people died broke Avery Griggs’ heart.
A group of teens held a similar "lie-in" at the start of the week outside of the White House to demand tougher gun laws.
The first question of the evening: Would Coffman stop accepting money from the NRA? Similar questions just kept coming.
John Walsh resigned Wednesday after six years as the federal government's top prosecutor in Colorado.
- Tom Mauser, who lost his son during the Columbine shooting, applauded Obama. Rep. Mike Coffman said the president has “no respect” for representative government.Read more
Boulder 18-year-old Kai Kloepfer is at work on technology that would require verified fingerprints for a firearm to be used.
- Supporters of "smart" gun technology hope that President Obama's initiative will prompt federal agencies to put in big purchase orders, unleashing the new market. Will it make us safer?Read More
Many people responded to our discussion on guns with three Coloradans -- all with different perspectives -- to see if we could find some agreement on gun ownership.