Half of Americans blame students being bullied a great deal for school shootings. Roughly a third say the same of the internet and television, music and video games.
The red flag gun bill is now law in Colorado. But that doesn’t mean all the questions around it are answered.By Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
From the Editor: Columbine memories bind us together 20 years later, as do the issues that grew out of tragedyBy Larry Ryckman Opinion
Columbine students campaign to spread photos of mass-shooting victims as discussion of gun-violence physiology growsBy Jesse Paul Crime and Courts Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado’s attorney general says sheriffs who won’t carry out a red flag bill court order “should resign”
A growing number of counties have declared themselves so-called “Second Amendment sanctuaries.” But does that mean commissioners want their sheriffs to disobey court-issued extreme risk protection orders?
Opinion: I’m a gun owner. I support the Second Amendment. We need to pass the Deputy Zackari Parrish III Violence Prevention Act.Opinion
The “red flag” gun bill is expected to pass in Colorado. But there are important things to watch along the way.
House Bill 1177 isn’t expected to have much -- if any -- Republican support at the Colorado Capitol. Some Democrats may also vote against the measure.
A “red flag” bill will return in the Democrat-controlled Colorado legislature. But what about other gun-control laws?
The last time Colorado Democrats controlled the Capitol they faced major blowback -- and lost their hold -- following the passage of 2013 gun laws