Sheriffs’ Attempt To Change Gun Laws Shot Down

gun contorlA group of Colorado Sheriffs attempt to change gun laws in the state was shot down by an appeals court yesterday. The sheriff’s were challenging the 2013 laws that put a limit on the size of magazines and also expanded background checks on gun purchases. The appeals court ruled that the sheriffs and other plaintiffs in the suit had no legal standing to bring the case in the first place, and because of that, the lower court should not have heard the case. Because of this, the circuit court ordered the lower court to vacate its 2014 decision.

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