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Topic - Kevin Mccarney
Colorado gun-rights advocates who met with Gov. John Hickenlooper after a protest rally Saturday may have prayed for him, but that doesn't mean they support his stance on firearms or that they appreciate his making that fact public.
"He asked us not to talk to the media, then he turns around and talks to the media," said Mr. McCarney. "We're going to make a big deal out of this because we don't feel he was honest with us."
Mr. McCarney said he was startled when the governor mentioned the prayer because he had asked protest leaders to refrain from speaking to the media about the meeting.