Colorado Sheriffs to File Suit This Morning Against Colorado Anti-Gun Laws
(The Outdoorwire.com) Photo, Video, and Interview opportunities with plaintiffs, including Sheriffs, Disabled gun owners, Women gun owners Legal challenge to Colorado's new anti-gun laws begins in earnest tomorrow morning in Federal Court
Copies of the legal Complaint will be available Contact Mary MacFarlane, 303-279-6536 x102, firstname.lastname@example.org Friday morning, May 17, at 10 a.m., Colorado Sheriffs and other plaintiffs will hold a press conference detailing the filing earlier that day of their federal civil rights lawsuit against House Bill 1224 (magazine ban) and 1229 (sales and temporary transfers of firearms).
The press conference will be held at the Independence Institute, 727 East 16th Ave., Denver.
The press conference will have broadcast live on KFKA radio, 1310 AM, Greeley, www.1310kfka.com
A full video will be uploaded to http://www.youtube.com/user/davekopel shortly after the conclusion of the press conference.
Sheriffs are coming from as far away as the Western Slope to participate in the press conference. Also at the press conference will be disabled citizens in wheelchairs, and representatives of Women for Concealed Carry.
After approximately 15 minutes of prepared statements by the Plaintiffs, the Plaintiffs, as well as Sheriffs' attorney David Kopel, will take questions from the media. There will be photo and video opportunities. Plaintiffs will be available for interviews.
A press release with additional information will be sent out early Friday morning.