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Colorado city unanimously votes to ban assault-style rifles

Gun rights advocates say they will sue the city of Boulder after it voted to ban semi-automatic rifles.

The city council of Boulder, Colorado has voted to ban semi-automatic rifles - a weapon used in several recent US mass shootings. Boulder is not the first local municipality in the US to pass new gun restrictions in recent months. As passed, the measure gives that power to Boulder police. People in possession of assault weapons as defined by the city can keep their guns. Kirk Mitchell is a general assignment reporter at The Denver Post who focuses on criminal justice stories.

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The staff attorney for Denver-based Mountain States Legal Foundation filed suit Wednesday in U.S. The bylaws of Boulder Rifle Club, which has existed since 1889, requires it to support the constitutional right of all its members to keep and bear arms, the lawsuit says. Boulder is the latest city to take up an assault-style weapons ban following the push for gun control following the deadly Feb. The military-style rifle is carried by soldiers around the world, and is legally available for adults to purchase throughout the US.

Boulder City Council unanimously passes ban on assault weapons

Boulder's City Council unanimously passed a ban on assault weapons, even as it faced down a threat of legal action during Tuesday night's meeting.

At a later date, council will consider amendments to the ordinance on consent. Oath Inc. Please take a moment and consider sharing this article with your friends and family. Neither Wisniewski nor Caldara, a radio and television host who also is the president of the Independence Institute, responded to requests for comment Thursday. A violation of the new ordinance could result in sentences of up to 90 days in jail and fines of up to $1,000 — though Boulder officials have acknowledged that it will be difficult to enforce .

Boulder Rifle Club, Jon Caldara sue city over assault weapon ban

Radio and TV personality Jon Caldara, the Boulder Rifle Club and Bison Tactical have sued the city of Boulder claiming the City Council's recently passed ordinance banning assault weapons and increasing the age of legal gun ownership to the age of 21 violate their Constitutional rights.

The enforceability of such measures has been questioned, with city attorneys and law enforcement officials acknowledging its limits. The lawsuit says Caldara owns one or more gun magazines capable of accepting more than 10 rounds, which is legal under state and federal law but not under the new ordinance. Most runners dread training for races on treadmills. Amid a  barrage of taunts from protesters  calling him a "liar" and a "traitor" last month, for example, Vermont Gov.

Liberal Boulder 'assault weapons' ban triggers lawsuit by gun owners

Firearms owners wasted no time challenging the Boulder gun ban, filing a lawsuit one day after the city council's Tuesday vote to expel "assault weapons" and certain accessories from the city limits.

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Caldara is the president of a Denver-based think tank called the Independence Institute. The right of self defense is an unalienable, natural and fundamental right," the lawsuit reads. "The Second Amendment of the U.S. The Denver Post contributed to this report. Owners of “high-capacity” magazines and bump stocks have a deadline of July 15 to dispose of these firearms and firearm accessories.

Lawsuit filed against Boulder "assault" weapons ban

The lawsuit filed Wednesday in U.S. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. ©2018 FOX News Network, LLC. You may opt out at anytime. BoulderCouncil agrees to adopt Ordinance 8245 on consent, adding additional firearm regulations. Boulder's elected leaders also have been faced with a flood of criticism from gun owners since Councilwoman Jill Adler Grano first proposed the ban in February.

Boulder City Council Unanimously Votes To Ban Assault Weapons, High-Capacity Magazines

Opponents to the measure have vowed to challenge the ban in court.

What the hail? The bylaws of Boulder Rifle Club, which has existed since 1889, require it to support the constitutional right of all its members to keep and bear arms, the lawsuit says. The measure also allows for the grandfathering of semi-automatic rifles whose owners can prove that they bought the firearms before the ban was enacted. All rights reserved. You're logged in to Facebook. At a later date, council will consider amendments to the ordinance on consent.

Boulder, Colo. Bans 'Assault Weapons,' Prompting Lawsuit Threat

Boulder officials banned bump stocks, which entered the US gun debate after 58 people were killed and more than 850 injured in a Las Vegas shooting last year. Owners of the latter two items will have until July 15 to dispose of or sell them. Kickin’ it with Kiz: Wanna bet? Boulder resident Tyler Faye, 20, also is named as a plaintiff. Because it will tell our ineffective state and federal legislators that cities will act when they fail to.

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Brockett said his council Facebook page was targeted by a national effort led by pro-assault weapons groups. The city council in Boulder, Colo., has unanimously voted to ban assault-style weapons, large-capacity ammunition magazines and bump stocks. The bill, however, contains a grandfather clause allowing residents who currently own the weapon to keep it after a 15 June enforcement deadline. Each council member gave passionate comments ahead of the vote.

Lawsuit filed against Boulder assault weapons ban

BOULDER, Colo. -- A lawsuit has been filed against the city of Boulder shortly after its city council voted to ban the sale and possession of assault weapons. The ban, otherwise known as Ordinance 8245, also bans high-capacity magazines and bump stocks.

BoulderCouncil agrees to adopt Ordinance 8245 on consent, adding additional firearm regulations. Notice: You're using an outdated version of Internet Explorer. It's not fun to get nasty messages," Brockett said. "But I feel strongly about what we're doing to protect our community. The ban will only apply to new purchases of assault-style weapons, CBS News reported,  and members of law enforcement, government officers and military personnel will be exempted.

Boulder sees immediate legal challenge, 'hateful messages' after banning assault weapons

Cody Wisniewski made good on his threat Tuesday night to sue Boulder and its council, mounting a legal challenge to the city's ban on assault weapons fewer than 24 hours after it was voted into law.

The Washington Times Comment Policy The Washington Times is switching its third-party commenting system from Disqus to Spot.IM. The permit will only be granted to gun owners who pass a background check and are not prohibited by law from owning a gun. At a later date, council will consider amendments to the ordinance on consent. Lesley Hollywood holds a sign opposing Boulder's assault-weapon ban during Tuesday night's City Council meeting.

Boulder City Council votes to ban assault-style weapons

The city council in Boulder, Colo., has unanimously voted to ban assault-style weapons, large-capacity ammunition magazines and bump stocks.

The rule prohibits the sale and possession of assault weapons and outlawed high-capacity magazines and bump stocks . A violation of Ordinance 8245 could result in sentences of up to 90 days in jail and fines of up to $1,000. You will need to either create an account with Spot.im or if you wish to use your Disqus account look under the Conversation for the link "Have a Disqus Account?". Since Parkland, a number of other towns and cities have taken steps to tighten their gun laws.

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'The West wasn't won with a registered gun'

City lawyers and law enforcement officials have acknowledged the difficulty of enforcing the new law. One potential tweak would be allowing the city's gun stores to issue certificates to current firearms owners. Owners of the large magazines and bump stocks have until July 15 to dispose of or sell them. The ordinance also violates the U.S. Those possessing assault weapons already can keep them under the law, but owning bump stocks and high-capacity magazines will be become illegal in July.