By Robert Bocziewicz
Gun-rights advocates, including most of Colorado’s sheriffs, are renewing their fight against the state’s two new gun-control laws.
They filed a court notice this past Monday stating they are appealing a judge’s decision that the laws comply with the U.S. Constitution. Chief U.S. District Judge Marcia Krieger in Denver ruled June 26, the laws are constitutional.
One law bans firearms magazines, acquired after July 1, 2013, of more than 15 rounds. The other expands background checks to include transfer of guns from one person to another.