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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.
Kevin McCarney, a protest organizer and president of Freedom Colorado in Grand Junction, said at the end of the 10-minute discussion, a Club 20 official asked the group to pray for the governor.
He said more than 400 people attended the grassroots protest against the governor's signing last week of three gun-control bills.