CO: Can state with pro-gun past enact new restrictions?

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March 11, 2013
Christian Science Monitor    
Posted in PND News

"Colorado has become a focal point in the gun-control debate, as a package of restrictions on gun ownership advance through the legislature and appear on track to become law. If that happens, Colorado will become the first state after New York to enact significant gun-control legislation in the wake of the December shooting in Newtown, Conn., and the first swing state to do so. A state with a libertarian bent and a cultural history of gun ownership, for hunting as well as protection and recreation, Colorado has also been the site of two of the most high-profile mass shootings -- this past August in the Aurora movie theater and Columbine High School in 1999." (03/11/13)  

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