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Rocky Mountain Gun Owners: We’re suing secretary of state, Ethics Watch

Colorado's rough-and-tumble politics firearm-liberty group Rocky Mountain Gun Owners is headed back to court. It is suing the secretary of state's office and nonprofit...

Rocky Mountain Gun Owners vs. small town library?

It's shaping up to be a small town showdown straight out of an old West tail: gun-rights group Rocky Mountain Gun Owners is threatening to wage a legal battle on it's own turf against the Clearview Library District in Windsor, where RMGO is also based.

Gun-law debaters in Castle Rock awaiting ballot results

  A gun control measure in Castle Rock was bound to roil the waters, and it did. Voters in the town of 50,000 are awaiting...

Littwin: Judge Krieger mocks the great gun-law sound and fury

The uproar wasn't really about these particular gun-control laws. Any gun-control laws would have caused an uproar.

Lawmakers decide how to spend pot tax cash; RMGO knows how...

Notes from the final fugue, a.k.a. the 115th day of the 2014 legislative session

Rocky Mountain Gun Owners PAC: Big bang for small bucks

The conservative gun-rights group's political arm doesn't spend much, and its results are mixed. But Rocky Mountain Gun Owners gets plenty of cred in Republican primaries.

Marshall’s embattled Colorado House candidacy highlights rift on the right

Nathaniel Marshall was reportedly recruited to run for office by Tim Neville, a prominent Colorado Republican politician with close ties to far-right kingmaker Dudley Brown.

JeffCo GOP sets stage for state Senate primary

Jefferson County Republicans set up two potentially nasty state Senate primary races Saturday.

Littwin: Ted Nugent for surgeon general

Is it dangerous to have a gun in a house where there are small children? Or is the real danger in simply posing the question?

GOP sets sights on state Senate

Rocky Mountain Gun Owners is stirring it up in three GOP Senate primaries.
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