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A Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday shows that most Colorado voters oppose the state's newly passed gun-control laws, refuting Democratic lawmakers' insistence that the gun bills enjoy popular support.
To someone living on the coasts, the fight in Colorado over gun control — often called by its repackaged name, "gun violence" — might be hard to understand. Restrictions on gun-magazine capacities and background checks for all gun transfers might sound benign.
Health care, budgets and education topped the "official" agenda for governors at their annual summer summit. But the 2016 presidential race was never far from view or the coffee-break conversation, given the clear White House interest from some in the crowd gathered near Lake Michigan.
In one of the more unlikely insurgencies of the year in American politics, three young plumbers from Pueblo have stunned Colorado's political establishment by doing what many campaign veterans insisted was impossible.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper set Sept. 10 as the date for the state's first-ever legislative recall election Thursday after a judge rejected a lawsuit aimed at stopping the recalls of two Democratic state legislators.
Western lawmakers are waging a bipartisan revolt against the Obama administration's decision to cut mineral royalties to the states as a result of the sequester, but so far the administration isn't budging.
An estimated 5,000 gun-rights advocates lined up hours in advance Saturday to score 20,000 free and discounted 30-round ammunition magazines at "A Farewell to Arms," billed as a "freedom festival" for those disenchanted with the Colorado Legislature's aggressive gun-control push.
The first-ever recall election of a Colorado state legislator moved closer to fruition Tuesday after it was announced that there are sufficient valid signatures to proceed with the recall of Senate President John Morse.
Colorado gun owners stocking up on magazines before the state's ammunition restrictions hit July 1 received an assist Monday from Magpul Industries.