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Boulder Backs Down, Drops Appeal, In Much-Watched Colorado Gun Rights Case

Denver, CO – December 21, 2021 – The City of Boulder, Colorado, has dismissed its own appeal in a case about its sweeping gun control ordinance, which had previously been defeated in state trial court.  The dismissal of Chambers v. Boulder is also a victory for Center to Keep and Bear Arms’ (CKBA) clients, who separately challenged the same measure in a federal case called Caldara v. Boulder.  

Earlier this year, a Boulder District Court judge ruled against the city’s ordinance based on its clear conflict with state law—a ruling that will now stand.   

The dismissal of the Chambers case—with prejudice—leaves Boulder’s prior ordinance permanently struck down.  And it means that the city can’t change its mind and try a renewed appeal on the vast majority of the 2018 measure, which unconstitutionally banned or restricted many popular, widely owned firearms and magazines.   

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