(DENVER POST) Hundreds of Coloradans showed up at the state Capitol on Monday to cheer or jeer seven Democratic gun-control measures that senators debated late into the night.
By late Monday, two Democrat-controlled Senate committees had passed all seven bills regarding stricter gun control.
Earlier in the day, a biplane flew over the stately gold dome with a banner directed at Gov. John Hickenlooper, and drivers drove around and around the Capitol honking their displeasure with the gun bills. Inside, the number of people lined up to testify — many of them gun-rights advocates — made it nearly impossible to navigate the hallways at times.
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