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Rocky Mountain National Park Welcomes You and Your Gun

Rocky Mountain National ParkIt goes back as far as 1936, where a law stated the ban on firearms in national parks, declaring such parks and monuments to being sanctuaries for wildlife. However starting today, bringing your gun to Rocky Mountain National Park will be legal. In national parks nationwide, a provision in a 2009 federal credit card reform law drops the decades-old ban on carrying loaded guns — including semiautomatic weapons. The National Park Service from now on will adjourn to state law when deciding what guns can be carried into a national park, and Colorado among other states has determined this to be officially authorized.

“Firearms prohibited” signs are coming down soon and the rangers of the National Park Service will be trained on making sure they understand what kinds of firearms are allowed. In case you are a hunter, you should know that hunting within the national park will remain illegal and you cannot carry your firearms into federal buildings including the park visitor centers.

Rocky Mountain National Park Chief Ranger Mark Magnuson says “we’ll welcome (gun owners) as we would any park visitor” in response to visitors going to the park with their firearms today.

To read the full story, visit Coloradoan.com. What are your thoughts on this new Colorado law?

Don’t Text or Your Next…

With so many vehicle accidents happening in one year, no wonder the State of Colorado is enforcing strict laws against texting while driving. Effective December of 2009, the State of Colorado passed the House Bill 1094 which prohibits any persons above the age of 18 from using a wireless telephone to send text messages while operating a vehicle (even if you are stopped at a red stoplight you can still get in trouble, be careful)! In order to be cited for these offenses the officer must see the driver engaging in this action. However, there are few exceptions to this rule. The exceptions of this law are if someone is: reporting a fire, reporting a traffic accident where someone is injured, reporting a serious road hazard, a medical emergency, and anyone reporting reckless driving or someone else driving in an unsafe manner. Drive safely, law enforcements are cracking down for you and everyone else on the roads. Remember to buckle up and put the phone down, the text can wait. It’s just not worth the fine and definitely not worth an accident.

For more information regarding the new texting while driving law and other laws in the State of Colorado you can go here.

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