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Colorado’s tough gun control laws failed to stop deadly Boulder shooting

A sign stands above floral bouquets lined along the temporary fence around a King Soopers grocery store, which is where 10 victims died on Monday in a mass shooting, Wednesday, March 24, 2021, in Boulder, Colo. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

By Valerie Richardson

The Washington Times

Colorado has been enacting gun control laws at a rapid clip for years, and yet none of those restrictions was able to prevent Monday’s horrific attack at a Boulder grocery store.

Gun-rights supporters say that disconnect ought to give federal and state lawmakers pause as they ramp up calls for tougher firearms regulations in response to the deadly double-whammy in Boulder and Atlanta.

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