Red Flag Bill

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  • Local volunteer medical professionals staff Remote Area Medical clinic
  • Mesa County Administrator resigns, third administrator since 2014
  • Disease moving through horse herds in 13 counties confirmed in Montrose

  • Effort to put abortion restrictions on the statewide ballot
  • Report from Lake City on current conditions in Hinsdale County
  • Residents of Lake City issued sandbags, flood preparations continue
  • Lawmaker who sponsored Red Flag bill will not face recall

  • After six years, Colorado River drought plan finally signed at Hoover Dam
  • Colorado Parks and Wildlife inspectors already finding invasive mussels
  • Interview with expert about Red Flag laws

  • Governor Polis signs education bills into law
  • Capitol Coverage of transportation debate in legislative session
  • Grand Junction Republican Ray Scott sued by ACLU
  • Sponsor of Red Flag Bill will face recall petition effort

  • Governor Polis signs Red Flag Bill into law
  • Bill requiring law enforcement to release more records to media is signed
  • Proposed Senate Bill would help Coloradans pay for prescription meds
  • State lawmakers approve first draft of 30.5 billion dollar budget
  • H2O Radio looks at Colorado River Basin drought mitigation plan
  • Montrose Mayor goes to Washington D.C.

  • Red Flag Bill passes through legislature, going to governor for signature
  • Citizens at Hotchkiss Town Hall seek answers to questions about bills
  • Meeting in Greeley to address ways people can agree to disagree
  • Proposed bill would cut greenhouse gas emissions in state

  • Senate approves 30 billion dollar budget, full day kindergarten funded
  • Red Flag Bill passes senate, 18-17, goes back to House and then to the Governor
  • Arch Coal gets long awaited approval to expand West Elk into roadless area
  • Expansion of West Elk Mine provides two more years of coal supplies
  • Grand Junction detective works on own time to solve Cold Case

Eric Goold

In a recent meeting, Delta County Commissioners declared Delta to be a 2nd Amendment Preservation County. The move was made in opposition to House Bill 1177, the so called Red Flag Bill, that would allow guns to be taken away from those deemed a risk to themselves or others. At least two different public meetings were held. KVNF News speaks with the Delta Mayor, the Delta County Sheriff and a local gun dealer about Delta County's passion for gun rights.

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  • Senate Bill 181 would redefine oil and gas regulations
  • House Bill 1177, the Red Flag Bill, causing counties to endorse sanctuaries
  • Record snowpack might be enough to fill Lake Mead, Colorado Rivershed
  • CDOT continues avalanche mitigation work on Red Mountain Pass

  • Red Flag bill would take guns away from individuals in crisis
  • Potholes in Paonia: roads worse than ever as winter bears down
  • Town of Paonia left scrambling after grant funds for roads denied
  • EPA working to reduce water pollutants in south central Colorado

  • Red Flag Bill killed in committee despite bipartisan support in Senate
  • SNAP benefits can be doubled in Colorado if used for local produce
  • Capitol Coverage feature about the culture at the state capitol
  • Nearing end of session, lawmakers believe little was done to fight sexual harassment

  • Red Flag Bill continues its way through the State Capitol
  • Ski towns urging Senator Gardner to sponsor wilderness preservation bill
  • Discussion highlights struggle between states to use dwindling water supplies

  • Republican lawmaker faces backlash over support for gun measure
  • Arizona apologizes to other states in ongoing dispute about Colorado River usage
  • Capitol Conversation discusses teacher walkout, school funding

  • Red Flag Bill making its way through the statehouse
  • Bill would allow family, law enforcement members to take guns away
  • SNAP benefits in danger of being cut, would destabilize local economies
  • Capitol Conversation about funding public pensions