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Topic - John Cooke
Magpul Industries joined 54 Colorado county sheriffs Friday in filing a federal lawsuit against the state's recently signed gun-control bills.
At least two Colorado sheriffs say they will not enforce new gun regulations passed by the Democrat-dominated Legislature last week, if the governor signs them into law.
"This ban literally turned thousands of law-abiding gun owners into criminals," said Weld County Sheriff John Cooke, one of 54 county sheriffs who filed a federal lawsuit last year against the magazine limit.
"When the legislators passed these laws, I think they fully expected us to lay down, roll over and surrender — well, let me tell you, that ain't gonna happen," said Weld County Sheriff John Cooke. "These laws are unconstitutional. These laws are unenforceable. These laws hinder our rights. They are knee-jerk reactions. So therefore, since they're unenforceable, I will not enforce them."