The decision came after a brief discussion among City Council members Tuesday night as they considered tweaks to the ordinance outlawing the sale and possession of assault weapons, bump stocks and high-capacity magazines. Boulder, the council and several city officials are being sued in two separate cases challenging the measure.
Area sheriffs say they won't change how they handle security and don't anticipate problems or additional expenses related to the state Supreme Court's ruling that people with enhanced concealed-carry licenses can take their guns into courthouses.
Gov. Cuomo said Tuesday he doesn’t expect any more major pieces of legislation to pass this year, including his own proposal to allow cops, family members and school employees to “flag” gun owners who could be a danger to themselves or others.