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Topic - Jessie Ulibarri
The Colorado Democrat who once suggested that ballpoint pens and the buddy system were reasonable alternatives to carrying a firearm for self-defense took to Facebook on Sunday to explain why, in light of the George Zimmerman acquittal, he no longer is allowing his children to play "cops and robbers."
The gun debate is heating up in Colorado, with politicians from all over the state trying to come up with a way to handle gun violence in a post-Newtown world. Two Colorado Democrats, specifically, have suggested that carrying ballpoint pens or learning judo are better alternatives than carrying a gun.
Ulibarri said Herpin's comments about the theater shooting concerned him.
The bill is "designed to ensure that special districts, like fire districts or school boards, have some certainty in the law of how they conduct their elections," said Jessie Ulibarri, D-Denver and a sponsor of the bill.