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Some CO officials wanted fourth-graders to learn about the benefits of...

Colorado fourth-graders won’t be asked to demonstrate their understanding of the possible benefits of gun ownership as part of their unit on conflict resolution....

Republicans running for Colorado governor would— and wouldn’t— ban bump stocks,...

Amid a gun policy debate gripping the nation in the wake of multiple mass shootings, one illuminating aspect can be found in the Republican...

Mike Johnston gets out front on gun violence in Colorado governor’s...

DENVER — The question came toward the end of a town hall on gun violence in a high school cafeteria Wednesday: In such a...

In Colorado, a hard push by Hillary Clinton on gun violence

  DENVER — A week before the Colorado caucuses, Hillary Clinton is focusing on firearms safety in a state with a bloody history of gun...

Littwin: After the Lafayette shooting, the jury is still out on...

The shooter, we're told, was a drifter, a word you rarely hear outside Hollywood westerns. But this couldn't be a western, because in the...

Gun debate still reverberating in key Western Slope Senate battle

Guns and energy development dominate swing Senate District 5 race.

Littwin: Don’t say ‘guns’

  WHEN it became clear that the packaging of pot edibles might be confusing to children, thereby possibly endangering them, the state legislature passed a...

Bloomberg-backed gun control movement ‘Everytown’ kicks off in Colorado

If the NRA's line is "They're coming for your guns and only you can stop them," Everytown's rally cry is "Guns are coming for your children and only you can protect them."

Bipartisan shooting range approaches; pot representative to join DUI task force;...

Notes from the 90th day of the 2014 legislative session.

Why the gun safety laws made in Colorado stayed in Colorado

DENVER – Almost unnoticed, something remarkable happened in Colorado over the last month: The common sense gun safety regulations passed in the wake of the Aurora and Newtown massacres survived despite attempts to overturn them.