DispositionMatrix wrote: Thu Mar 31, 2022 8:29 pm
Lawmakers prepare to roll out new gun laws after anniversary of King Soopers shooting
Boulder City Councilmember Rachel Friend said the city is getting ready to reinstate its ban on assault-style weapons. The rule was struck down by a judge just days before the shooting last year. In response, the state legislature passed a new law to let cities and towns pass their own gun regulations.
Seems as if Colorado is pretty much a lost cause at this point.
“So we're looking at open carry and ghost guns and waiting periods (for gun purchases) and carrying in sensitive areas such as museums and city buildings and places like that,” she said.
Friend said Boulder is also looking to work regionally. The city is in talks with other cities and towns along the Front Range to try and pass regulations at the same time.
Big sigh...'COLORADO' is a lost cause because of what Boulder City Council 'may' do?
Righto..you assign way more 'power' to the people's republic than is warranted.
Open carry is legal(albeit dumb) in Boulder, Not in Denver. Waiting period in Boulder to buy a gun? At the ONE gun store? Travel 20 minutes outside Boulder and buy a gun...w/o a waiting period.
Ghost guns? A non issue in Boulder. Build the thing at your neighbor's in Broomfield. My son just finished his..nice...
You DO know Boulder City Council passed an ordinance making Boulder a 'nuclear free zone'...so..I wouldn't get to sweated up about this and condemn all of Colorado...
BTW-I live in Boulder, have for almost 30 years.