Skip to comments.Colorado on pace for record year in gun-purchase background checks
Posted on 12/26/2013 5:13:16 PM PST by Red in Blue PA
The Colorado Bureau of Investigation conducted 354,880 background checks through the end of November, compared to 335,940 for all of 2012. December is typically the busiest month for gun sales, the Camera noted, meaning the total will be tens of thousands more than last year.
The new gun laws, which also included limiting the size of ammunition magazines, were the most hotly debated topic of 2013 in Colorado and are poised to take center stage again in 2014. Republicans, who are in the minority in both chambers of the state legislature, are expected to introduce bills to repeal the new laws.
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Since more guns always means more crime, where the hell is the corresponding spike in crime?
Perhaps a lower population of Holder's people there?
I did my part.
...”the right to bear arms shall not be infringed ... “
Republicans, who are in the minority in both chambers of the state legislature, are expected to introduce bills to repeal the new laws.
Introduce? Maybe. Actually stand up, fight for, and pass? Maybe the year after Denver sees sunny skies and 85° on New Year's Day.