DENVER (Reuters) – The Colorado legislature on Monday passed a "red flag" bill that would allow those deemed a threat to have their firearms seized, despite opposition by most of the state’s sheriffs.
Colorado passes bill to seize guns from people deemed threat to self, others. despite opposition by most of the state’s sheriffs and threats of legal challenges.. Colorado sheriffs enforce those already. If you don’t know how this works, that is fine. But try and read about how this system is set up before you act like you know what you.
Previous coverage: Red flag bill heads to Polis, but Colorado sheriffs’ concerns linger Among other issues, Smith raised concerns about officer safety when they are sent to take away the guns.
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DENVER – The Colorado House of Representatives. Should the bill pass the Democrat-controlled House on Friday, it would then head to the Senate, where Republican opposition to the bill could sink it.
WELD COUNTY, Colo. — Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams disagrees so strongly with a gun bill making its way through the Colorado legislature that he’s willing to go to jail rather than enforce it.
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They are taking the guns first and seeking due process second. Colorado just became the 15th state to pass such a law and if it is signed by the governor-which it will be-Colorado citizens will be subject to laws which allow their guns to be seized without them having any say in it whatsoever.
‘Red flag’ gun bill Heads To Polis’ Desk As Opposition From Sheriffs Mounts. Colorado Legislature sent a "red flag" bill Monday to the governor that calls for taking firearms from people.
In Colorado, at least 30 school districts now arm school staff, compared to seven pre-Parkland. This push to arm school staff comes despite the strong opposition. for schools with guns was a major.
DENVER (Reuters) – The Colorado legislature on Monday passed a "red flag" bill that would allow those deemed a threat to have their firearms seized, despite opposition by most of the state.
Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams disagrees so much with a gun bill making its way through the Colorado legislature that he’s willing to go to jail rather than enforce it. "It’s a matter of doing.