Gun debate: lawmakers discuss taking away guns from dangerous people

DENVER — Should those who pose risks to themselves or others have a gun? That is the question in front of lawmakers with less than two weeks before the General Assembly Session ends. The Zackari Parrish III Violence Prevention Act was introduced at the State Capitol Monday. Here we go…with just a few days left in session a big gun debate about to get underway. Some Colorado lawmakers want to give law enforcement the authority to take away guns temporarily from those who pose a danger pic.twitter.com/nTX9rlH7Xx — Joe St. George (@JoeStGeorge) April 30, 2018 Parrish was a Douglas County deputy killed on New Years Eve by an individual who was previously listed as a threat to law enforcement at the community. "We are not trying to take away anything from anyone — what we are trying to do is save lives," Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock said Monday […]

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