Rocky Mountain Gun Owners is dedicated to monitoring and, where required, verifying that taxpayer-paid facilities do not exceed their authority in regulating firearms.
In many cases, those government entities have exceeded the law, and rely on the law-abiding nature of gun owners to bluff their way through it.
We aren’t going to allow that. Where state law permits it, RMGO will actively pursue these extra-legal policies and hold accountable the bureaucrats who attempt to enact them.
Our process is simple: first, notify the agency that their policy does indeed violate state law. Second, we clearly state that we will pursue court action should they not change that policy.
Below is a list of the taxpayer-paid facilities that we’ve determined have exceeded their authority and banned them. Click on links in the table to see the relevant information.
|Offending Municiplaity||Photo of sign||Current Status||Note|
|Windsor Library||09/01/2014||Policy Changed||RMGO action wins again|
|Sterling Library||11/02/2014||Policy being changed||Library manager is changing policy|
|Denver Public Library||01/01/2015||Reply deadline 01/11/2015|
|Boulder Co. Open Space||County won't change|