Colorado’s 70th General Assembly convened Wednesday and saw Republicans launch efforts to repeal two measures passed by Democrats in 2013 requiring background checks for guns sold online and banning high-capacity magazines.
The magazine bill isn’t popular with several Democrats, which means it could pass the legislature by as much as 21-14 in the Senate and 34-31 in the House.
Some Democrats and Republicans are also on agreement that removing background checks from online and private gun sales is a bad idea.
Written by Jared Morgan
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