ABC7 / The Denver Channel.com
February 18, 2013
Democrats have pushed four of their gun control measures through a final vote in the House and on to the State Senate.
The day began with the Democratic-led House voting to ban large-capacity magazines, placing a limit of 15 rounds for firearms, and eight for shotguns. Lawmakers also passed a requirement for background checks on firearm sales between private parties.
Later in the afternoon, the House passed a bill to require gun buyers to pay for their own background checks and another to eliminate the concealed carry of weapons on college campuses.