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Big News Network.com Friday July 21, 2017
Colorado’s controversial 2013 gun laws could loom large over crowded 2018 governor’s race
Universal background checks and 15-round magazine limit likely to face scrutiny, particularly during the primaries. Colorado’s debate over guns — forged over years of mass shootings and rekindled after the Oct. 1 massacre in Las Vegas — is set to play out during next year’s race for governor. That’s particularly true among activists on both sides of the debate who during the primaries are poised to magnify even the smallest differences among Democratic and Republican candidates. Taking center stage in this tug of war: a relitigation of the state’s 2013 gun laws whose passage followed similar attacks in Aurora and Newtown, Conn. In the four years since Colorado took the twin steps of expanding background checks to private sales and limiting the size of magazines to 15 rounds, there remains a deep divide over beliefs in their effectiveness — with state statistics and one recent study suggesting the efforts have had a limited impact...Read more