Colorado Senate gives final approval to ‘red flag’ gun bill, sends it back to House
DENVER -- The Colorado Senate passed the controversial “red flag” bill that would allow guns to be seized from people who are determined by a court to pose a significant risk to themselves or others. The Senate passed the measure, creating extreme risk protection orders, 18-17 on Thursday. It will now go back to the House, which has already approved it, to consider Senate amendments.