ILA | Colorado: Senate Sends Anti-Gun Bill to the Governor’s Desk

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Last week, the Colorado Senate sent the anti-gun “Vote Without Fear Act,” House Bill 1086, to the Governor’s desk for his consideration.  Please contact Governor Polis and ask him to VETO HB 22-1086.

House Bill 22-1086 “The Vote Without Fear Act” – The title itself is enough to know that sponsors and supporters of this measure hate your Second Amendment rights.  HB 1086 looks to ban the open carry of a firearm at voting locations in the Centennial state.  It is the intention of this measure to prohibit you from exercising one of your constitutional rights while engaging in another.  The irony would be funny if it wasn’t a serious and deeply-held belief by anti-gun legislators that the Second Amendment is a lesser right.

Law-abiding gun owners have the right to self-defense and are provided with options that fit their needs.  Those who choose to open carry should not be prevented from casting a vote.

Again, please contact Governor Jared Polis and ask him to VETO HB 22-1086.


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