Colorado enacts ‘red flag’ law to seize guns from those deemed dangerous, prompting backlash

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Colorado became the 15th state on Friday to adopt a "red flag" gun law allowing firearms to be seized from people determined to pose a danger — just weeks after dozens of county sheriffs had vowed not to enforce the law, with some local leaders establishing what they called Second Amendment "sanctuary counties.".

Colorado became the 15th state on Friday to adopt a “red flag” gun law allowing firearms to be seized from people determined to pose a danger — just weeks after dozens of county sheriffs had vowed not to enforce the law, with some local leaders establishing what they called Second Amendment "sanctuary counties."

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis, left, speaks as rep. tom sullivan, D-Aurora, looks on before Polis signs a bill to allow Colorado to become the 15th state in the union to adopt a "red flag" gun law allowing firearms to be taken from people who pose a danger during a ceremony Friday, April 12, 2019, in the State Capitol in Denver.

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis, left, speaks as Rep. Tom Sullivan, D-Aurora, looks on before Polis signs a bill to allow Colorado to become the 15th state in the union to adopt a "red flag" gun law allowing firearms to be taken from people who pose a danger during a ceremony Friday, April 12, 2019, in the State Capitol in Denver.

Colorado became the 15th state on Friday to adopt a "red flag" gun law, allowing firearms to be seized from people determined to pose a danger — just weeks after dozens of county sheriffs had vowed not to enforce the law, with some local leaders establishing what they called Second Amendment "sanctuary counties."

Colorado enacts ‘red flag’ law to seize guns from those deemed dangerous, prompting backlash. This sucks! As I understand it, nearly anyone can attest to a made up fact that a gun owner is dangerous and his guns will be taken away in violation of the second amendment.

Colorado enacts ‘red flag’ law to seize guns from those deemed dangerous, prompting backlash Colorado became the 15th state on Friday to adopt a "red flag" gun law, allowing firearms to be seized from people determined to pose a danger — just weeks after dozens of county sheriffs had vowed not to enforce the law, with some local leaders.

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