Executive Director Taylor Rhodes was interviewed by CBS Colorado’s Rick Sallinger on August 4th about the wave of lawsuits facing cities in Boulder County. With one lawsuit ongoing in Superior, RMGO was accused of “picking on” the small town with little resources. On the topic of further actions against towns like Boulder and Louisville, Rhodes said, “We are considering [suing them]. We need our members to be engaged so we can afford to carry on these legal fights.” In June, several municipalities in Boulder County adopted a series of ordinances provided to them by Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown
for Gun Safety (Gun Control). Everytown has since taken over the lawsuit from Superior, where RMGO won a temporary restraining order from an Obama-appointed judge. The case will be heard in November. Stay tuned for news and updates regarding RMGO v. The Town of Superior, plus any new legal battles as the fight for the Second Amendment continues in Colorado.
RMGO Executive Director, Taylor D. Rhodes, discusses future of Colorado Gun Rights with Fox4 Grand Junction
Earlier this week, RMGO Executive Director Taylor Rhodes sat down with Western Slope Now for an interview about the organization’s legal efforts to protect gun rights for Coloradoans. He was asked about the future of gun rights in Colorado and presented an optimistic...