DENVER (AP) Gun-control supporters who gathered at the Colorado Capitol are hoping the state's long debate over gun laws is over.
The gun-control supporters on Monday asked the Democratic state Legislature not to revisit last session's gun-control package, which included expanded background checks and a limit on ammunition magazines.
Two Democratic senators who supported the gun laws were recalled in September. A third faces a possible recall vote during the legislative session.
Republicans are now a single seat away from controlling the state Senate and are already working on bill to repeal or change some parts of the gun package signed into law this year.
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