The Denver Post story.
Three of the bills that passed Monday will be heard Wednesday in the Democrat-controlled Appropriations Committee, where public testimony traditionally is limited and usually restricted to the financial aspect of a proposal.
All seven bills will be debated Friday on the Senate floor, where Democrats have a 20-15 majority. Republicans need to peel off three votes to kill any of the measures.
Sen. Lois Tochtrop, D-Thornton, said she supports only two of her party's seven gun measures: Her bill to restrict online training for concealed-carry permit holders and universal background checks.These bills have passed the state house, the Governor has promised to sign each and every one that comes across his desk. The Colorado senate has a majority of Democrats. In order to stop this attempt to criminalize the Constitution two things must happen. #1. Every last republican in the senate MUST vote against ALL the bills. #2 Three democrats have to love their country and its Constitution more than Joe Biden's promise of free money for their reelection campaigns.
Freedom in Colorado now depends on there being at least 18 elected officials that will keep their oath to protect and defend the constitution.