The state processed 4,779 background checks last Friday, up 10 percent over last year.
- Tim Neville's campaign manager, Joe Neville, called the raffle a bid to get voters' attention and underline his father's support for gun rights.Read more
- The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday threw out a 2014 federal court ruling that upheld new Colorado gun laws.Read more
- A bill to strike the law is expected to pass a Republican-led Senate committee Monday.Read more
Senate Republicans advanced two bills to repeal laws passed in the wake of mass shootings in Aurora and Newtown, Connecticut. But it was a different story in the House.
Even those not advocating to repeal gun laws say ammunition magazine limits are difficult to enforce.
Last Tuesday's Republican primaries illustrate the power a handful of conservative groups exert over Colorado GOP politics. But some observers warn they're only scoring Pyrrhic victories.
Judge says limits on the size of ammunition magazines and expanded background checks for firearms sold online and between private parties are constitutional.
A standing-room only crowd showed up at the Capitol, Monday, to testify on a bill that would reverse a law expanding background checks for private gun sales.