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DENVER — Legislators from Adams and Weld counties took to the floor of the Capitol Friday to debate a series of gun safety measures offered in the wake of mass shootings in Aurora and Newtown, Conn.
After a marathon session of pointed talk on the measures and a stream of amendments, all four of the bills aimed at curbing gun violence in Colorado passed initial tests in the state House of Representatives on voice votes carried by the Democratic majority.
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