Denver, Colorado 2021-06-19 12:16:55 –
Over the last seven years, Colorado has enacted one new gun control. Parliamentarians passed six times that amount in one session, and on Saturday Governor Jared Polis signed three of the six bills.
All of these bills were announced as follows: Mass shootings at King Supers in Boulder On March 22, 10 people died.
But at the bill signing event, Congressman Judy Amabil said:
“That’s what we sadly call everyday gun violence,” added Amabile, one of the sponsors of the bill. “Every day, murders, accidents, mass shootings, and mostly suicides kill people all over the state.”
Earlier this year, Police signed The other two bills, Set regulations on the safe storage of guns at home and requirements for reporting lost or stolen guns. Another gun billAims to keep guns out of the hands of domestic violent people and is waiting for the governor’s signature.
Let’s take a quick look at the three signed on Saturday. They are all set to take effect immediately.
Extended background check (HB21-1298).
- Contents: If the background check is not completed, you will not be able to buy the gun (those who sell the gun before it is completed may face a class 1 misdemeanor). The list of people who have not been legally allowed to obtain weapons for five years includes the following violent contempt: three assaults, sexual assaults, illegal sexual contact, children Abuse, breach of protection orders, crimes against endangered persons, harassment, prejudice-based crimes, animal cruelty, possession of illegal weapons, illegal provision of non-fist guns to boys.
Local control of gun control (SB21-256).
- Contents: This overturns the ban that prevents local governments (towns, cities, counties) from creating their own gun control. However, local jurisdictions can only create ordinances that are stricter and less generous than state law. The less restrictive regulations currently in force are effectively overturned. If you violate local law, you may face criminal penalties only if you know or should have reasonably known about it. The new law also brings hidden carrying requirements back into the hands of the state, making them consistent, but allows local governments to decide where they can carry their guns. ..
Gun Violence Prevention Bureau (HB21-1299).
- Contents: Approximately $ 3 million was sent to the Colorado Department of Health and Environment for the first year State’s first gun violence prevention agency, Responsible for coordinating and facilitating efforts to reduce gun violence, such as providing training and awareness campaigns. The office can also provide grants to community organizations working on this issue, especially those operating in high-risk communities.
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