Colorado: More Pro-Gun Bills Introduced

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Colorado: More Pro-Gun Bills Introduced

Charlotte, NC –-( In the second full week of the 2014 legislative session, two more pieces of pro-gun legislation have been introduced in Denver.

Senate Bill 90, introduced by state Senator Randy Baumgardner (R-8), would eliminate the requirement for step-relatives to submit to a background check during the legal transfer of a firearm.

Senate Bill 94, introduced by state Senator George Rivera (R-3), would repeal the egregious and rights-infringing bill passed last year by anti-gun Democrats in Denver that criminalizes the private sale or transfer of a firearm.

Last week saw the introduction of House Bill 14-1063, sponsored by state Representative Justin Everett (R-22).  HB 1063 would expand “Castle Doctrine” to allow the use of deadly force for self-defense in an individual’s place of business.

Also introduced last week was Senate Bill 14-038, sponsored by state Senator Scott Renfroe (R-13).  SB 38 would prevent the Governor from suspending the distribution of firearms during a declared state of emergency.

After last year’s session — considered to be the most historic assault on your individual liberties in state history — true defenders of freedom are stepping up in an effort to repeal the draconian legislation heaped upon you and advance the rights of shooters and sportsmen in Colorado.

During this legislation session, your NRA will be tirelessly working with state legislators in Denver to support your Second Amendment rights.  Please stay tuned to your e-mail inbox and for further updates.
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