If you want to start amassing guns, you might consider attending Republican Party fundraisers in Colorado.
Colorado’s Senate Republicans killed a bill Monday night that would have allowed law enforcement officials to ask the courts for permission to seize guns from people who are deemed to pose a “significant risk” to themselves or others.
“Live auction” item at El Paso County Republican Party fundraiser: an AR-15, the type of weapon used to kill 17 Florida students
We know some people want to have their own military-style semi-automatic AR-15 assault rifle.
Colorado Democrats and Republicans approved their 2018 party platforms at their state conventions earlier this month, and they show stark differences on issues ranging from tax policy and gun control to healthcare and abortion.
Former Colorado lawmaker tweets that killing coyotes is a “valid use” of AR-15, which was used by Florida shooter
After 17 were killed in a Florida school shooting with an AR-15 rifle, U.S. Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) took to the radio airwaves to defend the military-style semi-automatic firearm, saying “the AR-15 is a gun that is used in my district by farmers and ranchers to shoot pests, raccoons, or foxes or other smaller animals that are trying get into their chickens or disrupt their operations.”
Fact Check: CO Sen. Vicki Marble cites fake quote in arguments for gun bill, Sen. Fenberg corrects the record
During debate last week on the Senate floor of the Colorado General Assembly, Senator Vicki Marble (R-Fort Collins) advocated for adopting legislation that would allow Colorado citizens to legally carry a concealed firearm without a permit, using false information in her arguments which was later contested and exposed by Sen. Steve Fenberg (D-Boulder).
Tancredo says Republicans who back gun control are making the same mistake he did after the Columbine shooting
Back in 2014 when he was running for governor, former Congressman Tom Tancredo came under attack by fellow Republican candidates, like then State Sen. Greg Brophy of Wray, for supporting gun control legislation after the Columbine massacre.
U.S. Rep. Ken Buck of Colorado defended the sale of AR-15 rifles last week, saying “the AR-15 is a gun that is used in my district by farmers and ranchers to shoot pests, raccoons, or foxes or other smaller animals that are trying get into their chickens or disrupt their operations.”
In radio interview about how to respond to the Florida massacre, Gardner doesn’t utter “gun,” “rifle,” “firearm,” “bump stock,” “magazine,” or any related words
In what appears to be his most extensive media comments on the Florida school massacre, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) made no mention of the word “gun” or anything similar or related.