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Feds who send arms against ranch families betray American values
Topic - Bill Cadman
Republicans are criticizing Colorado Bureau of Investigations data that tracks the number of background checks done on private gun sales since a new law expanded the number of reviews required.
"That's ridiculous," Senate Republican Leader Bill Cadman said after the bill died. "What they ran into was a firestorm of public dissent."
"We are not the marketing arm of partisan political activities in here, though sometimes it feels like it," said Republican Leader Bill Cadman.