Montezuma County considers becoming gun rights sanctuary

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Montezuma County considers becoming gun rights sanctuary

Commissioners’ resolution declares county would be exempt from state law
More than 80 people attended the Montezuma County commission meeting to hear public comment on gun-control issues and mental illness.
Montezuma County Sheriff Steve Nowlin discusses with county commissioners issues surrounding a proposed gun-control law being considered by the Colorado Legislature.
Montezuma County Sheriff Steve Nowlin discusses with county commissioners issues surrounding a proposed gun-control law being considered by the Colorado Legislature.
More than two dozen people commented about a proposed county resolution that would declared Montezuma County a gun-rights sanctuary.
Richard Kipp says a new gun-control law proposed by the Colorado Legislature violates the constitutional right to bear arms.

Montezuma County considers becoming gun rights sanctuary

More than 80 people attended the Montezuma County commission meeting to hear public comment on gun-control issues and mental illness.
Montezuma County Sheriff Steve Nowlin discusses with county commissioners issues surrounding a proposed gun-control law being considered by the Colorado Legislature.
Montezuma County Sheriff Steve Nowlin discusses with county commissioners issues surrounding a proposed gun-control law being considered by the Colorado Legislature.
More than two dozen people commented about a proposed county resolution that would declared Montezuma County a gun-rights sanctuary.
Richard Kipp says a new gun-control law proposed by the Colorado Legislature violates the constitutional right to bear arms.
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