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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
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.
"All in all, glad it's over," Senate GOP Leader Bill Cadman said of the session. "Hope to make our case to the electorate about why it would be better for them if we were governing versus what they're getting from the Democratic Party."
"The numbers changed, the votes changed, and it changed some outcomes," Senate Republican Leader Bill Cadman said.