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Colorado Bill Seeks to Increase Fee for Firearms Transfers!

Tuesday, March 20, 2007

 

Please Contact the Members of the Senate Appropriations Committee Today!


Senate Bill 109, sponsored by State Senator Ron Tupa (D-18), seeks to increase the fee assessed for the instant criminal background check conducted by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation prior to the transfer of a firearm.

 

SB109 will be heard in the Senate Appropriations Committee on Friday, March 23.  Please contact the members of the committee and respectfully urge them to oppose this legislation.

Chairman Abel Tapia (D-3)

(303) 866-2581

abel.tapia.senate@state.co.us

 

State Senator Maryanne “Moe” Keller, Vice-Chairman (D-20)

(303) 866-4856

moe.keller.senate@state.co.us

 

State Senator Greg Brophy (R-1)

(303) 866-6360

greg@gregbrophy.net

 

State Senator Peter Groff (D-33)

(303) 866-4864

peter.groff.senate@state.co.us

 

State Senator Ted Harvey (R-30)

(303) 866-4881

ted.harvey.senate@state.co.us

 

State Senator Steve Johnson (R-15)

(303) 866-4853

steve.johnson.senate@state.co.us

 

State Senator Mike Kopp (R-22)

(303) 866-4859

mike.kopp.senate@state.co.us

 

State Senator Stephanie Takis (D-25)

(303) 866-4855

stephanie.takis.senate@state.co.us

 

State Senator Jennifer Veiga (D-31)

(303) 866-4861

jennifer.veiga.senate@state.co.us

 

State Senator Sue Windels (D-19)

(303) 866-4840

senatorwindels@comcast.net



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