Statistically, people with mental illness are no more likely to become violent than people who don't have a diagnosed mental illness.
“Enough is enough!” chanted the protesters around the state. “Not one more!” "Prayers are not enough!”
In a wide ranging interview with Colorado Matters, the senator also addressed North Korea, and President Trump’s call for new trade tariffs on steel and aluminum.
Denver Public Schools says it will turn down several NRA grants that were to be awarded this year.
The first question of the evening: Would Coffman stop accepting money from the NRA? Similar questions just kept coming.
- The Colorado Bureau of Investigation reported that 4,329 firearm purchases passed through the state’s background check system Nov. 25.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.