Red Flag Bill Draws Lawsuits

The Red Flag Bill, or, House Bill 19-1177 Extreme Risk Protection Order, was signed into law on April 12th by Colorado Governor Jared Polis. While the bill will not got into effect until January 1st, 2020, opponents of the measure have made their displeasure known in the form of lawsuits. Gun rights activist group, Rocky…

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CO Sheriff Would Rather Go to Jail

Colorado Springs Shooting Firing

A Colorado Sheriff would rather go to jail then enforce a new gun control measure that is set to go into effect next year. The Extreme Risk Protection Order, also known as the Red Flag Bill, allows family members, roommates, or law enforcement officials to petition a judge to have a person’s firearm taken away…

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Gun Owners to Boulder Officials “We Will Not Comply”

Colorado Consitutional Carry

A plan to “Certify” gun owners in Boulder, CO turned out to be a whopping failure when only 342 of the estimated thousands of assault rifles were turned in by the December 31st, 2018 deadline. According to Ordinance 8245, “City of Boulder residents who, prior to June 15, 2018, were legally in possession of an…

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Hamburger Stand Owner Not Charged in Shooting of Intruder

Police have decided not to charge a restaurant owner in Antonito, Colorado, in the shooting death of an intruder on September first of this year. Around 5 a.m. in the morning, Felix Gallegos was alerted by the security system in his small restaurant named G6 Hamburgers Stand that an intruder had broken in. Gallegos instructed…

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