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Topic - Suzanne Staiert
Next week's historic Colorado recall election is being viewed as a key litmus test of the nation's appetite for gun control laws, but it's also the test run for the state's hotly contested elections law.
"We don't know who changed it, but we know it was changed after the petitions were pulled for the Giron and Morse recalls," Deputy Secretary of State Suzanne Staiert said last week on KOA-AM's "The Mike Rosen Show."