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Colorado: Mandatory Storage Bill Sent to Senate Appropriations Committee

Friday, February 8, 2008

State Senator Sue Windels (D-19) has introduced Senate Bill 49, which requires mandatory storage of all firearms.  This legislation would force adults to put all their firearms under lock and key or face an undetermined misdemeanor if a firearm is later used in a suicide or crime.  This dangerous bill renders homeowners defenseless and gives criminals a clear advantage in home invasions.  If passed, SB49 would add to the already cumbersome bureaucracy that affects gun shops, gun shows, or anywhere else firearms are sold, by requiring them to post a sign informing gun-owners that they must lock up their guns.   

On Monday, February 4 the Senate Committee on State, Veterans & Military Affairs voted 3-2 to send SB49 to the Senate Appropriations Committee.  Please contact the members of the committee and respectfully urge them to defeat this dangerous legislation.

Senate Appropriations Committee

State Senator John Morse (D-11), Chairman

(303) 866-6364

john.morse.senate@state.co.us

 

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

(303) 866-4856

moe.keller.senate@state.co.us

 

State Senator Greg Brophy (R-1)

(303) 866-6360

greg@gregbrophy.net

 

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) 866-2638

mike.kopp.senate@state.co.us

 

State Senator Chris Romer (D-32)

(303) 866-4852

chris.romer.senate@state.co.us

 

State Senator Abel Tapia (D-3)

(303) 866-4878

abel.tapia.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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