Ruth Glenn was shot 3 times and left for dead at a Denver car wash in 1992. She says the law passed two years later would have kept guns out of the hands of her violent, estranged spouse.
The ruling was handed down by Chief U.S. District Judge Phillip A. Brimmer in a lawsuit filed by Rocky Mountain Gun Owners, a hard-line gun rights group based in Colorado
For real results, Mayor-elect Johnston should drop the virtue signaling and study success stories in Omaha and Oakland.
Part of asking for such a radical — if unrealistic — change is to garner attention, regardless of whether their demands will actually be met
People from across the U.S. and from other countries are lining the statehouse lawn hoping their peaceful act of civil disobedience leads to radical change in gun policies
With 3D-printed guns a reality, Myra wonders in “What’d I Miss?” what’s so threatening about simply regulating firearms like society regulates other things.
The Colorado Sun combed through the 600-plus bills introduced at the Capitol this year to find the ones that will affect — or would have affected — your life
In the overwhelmingly Democratic legislature, intraparty factions inevitably emerge. But no faction could match the governor.
As Colorado takes legislative steps toward gun safety, cartoonist Jim Morrissey offers his condolences to the “victims” of the reforms.
As multiple Democrat-sponsored bills get heavily watered down or outright rejected by members of their own party, the question should be asked: Is this what voters wanted?