Background Checks For Colorado Gun Owners May Be Revised

April 16, 2012 12:00 AM

Background Checks For Colorado Gun Owners May Be Revised
" DENVER (AP) – A Colorado proposal to eliminate state background checks for firearm purchases has been tentatively approved by the Republican state House.

The bill would end checks done by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation. Republican Rep. Mark Waller, who sponsored the bill, said the state is spending unnecessarily on its background check program. Walker says the background checks duplicate ones already done federally "

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