Colorado county sheriff says he’ll refuse to enforce proposed ‘red flag’ gun law
A sheriff in Colorado says he would refuse to enforce a proposed state law that would permit family members, roommates or law enforcement to ask a court take away firearms from a person deemed a potential danger to themselves or others.
Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams told CNN that he would rather go to jail than enforce the “red flag” bill, which is still making its way through the state legislature.
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