Chuck Plunkett

Denver Post

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Chuck Plunkett is politics editor for the Denver Post.

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Ames Mayfield is an 11-year-old 5th grader in Broomfield, Colorado, who prepared extensively for the visit of a State Senator to his cub scout meeting.

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Ames Mayfield is an 11-year-old 5th grader in Broomfield, Colorado, who prepared extensively for the visit of a State Senator to his cub scout meeting.

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Yesterday's recall of two state senators in Colorado was a major defeat for gun control.  There was big money on both sides — from the NRA and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

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Yesterday's recall of two state senators in Colorado was a major defeat for gun control.  There was big money on both sides — from the NRA and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

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