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Colorado Governor to sheriffs: Gun-control bills could have been handled better

Monday, June 16, 2014

Speaking to the state’s sheriffs Friday in Aspen, Gov. John Hickenlooper acknowledged that he could have better handled two controversial gun-control bills, getting a bit profane when a lawman questioned him on the measures.

Read the article: Aspen Daily


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