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Congratulations to Bob Kirby of Altoona, IA, the winner of a Colt M4 .22 carbine in the final CSSA raffle of 2012. Our thanks to all for supporting CSSA and our Colorado shooting teams through these annual raffles. Look for new raffles next year, including our annual CMP M1 Garand raffle!
Congratulations to Eric Maxfield of Centennial, winner of this year’s CSSA/CMP M1 Garand Raffle. Tickets are still on sale to win a Colt M4 .22LR Carbine in CSSA’s final raffle of 2012; drawing Dec. 21. Tickets are only $2!
Congratulations to Crystal Hamilton, winner of a Nighthawk Tactical Custom 12 ga. shotgun in CSSA’s latest raffle drawing Dec. 16. Our thanks to all for supporting CSSA’s 2011 raffles…look for more next year, including our annual CMP M1 Garand Raffle commencing soon!
Bill Emanuel of Parker is the latest winner of a CMP M1 Garand in CSSA’s 2011 annual raffle to support our Colorado shooting competitors. Tickets are still on sale ($10 each) for our December Raffle featuring a Nighthawk Custom Tactical 12-ga. shotgun.
Congratulations to new CSSA member Nick Chavasse of Castle Rock, winner of an M1 Garand from CMP in the latest CSSA Raffle drawing September 10, 2010. Thanks to all who supported this raffle and remember that tickets ($2 each or three for $5) are still available for the December drawing for a Ruger .22 target pistol.
Mark Mason of Edgewater will have an extra Merry Christmas this year, as he is the winner of the lastest CSSA raffle for a new Taurus Millenium Pro 9mm pistol. Thanks to all who supported this raffle, and look for new raffles after the first of the year.
Congratulations to Wes Redfield of Denver, winner of the CMP M1 drawing held Sept. 8. Tickets for the current CSSA raffle (drawing in December) for a Taurus Millennium Pro pistol are still on sale for $2 or 3 for $5.
Congratulations to Ryan Edwards of Brighton, winner of a CMP M1 Garand in CSSA’s raffle held December 29. Thanks to all who supported CSSA in this raffle and look for more raffles coming later in 2009!
Congratulations to David Sumner of Brighton, winner of an Olympic Arms AR-15 carbine in the CSSA Raffle drawing held September 26, 2008. Our thanks to all who supported CSSA in this important fundraiser. Look for more great raffles in the coming months, including our current raffle for a CMP M1 Garand.
Don Gilmore of Castle Rock was the winner of a CMP M1 Garand in the Jan 2008 raffle drawing. Thanks to all who supported CSSA in purchasing tickets. Watch your email and the CSSA website for upcoming raffles.
Congratulations to Kathy Stockert of Loma, CO, winner of the Olympic Arms Carbine Raffle April 2007. And a big THANKS! to all who supported CSSA in this important fundraiser.
The Colorado Supreme Court today unanimously affirmed a 2010 Colorado Court of Appeals decision striking down the arbitrary ban of lawful, licensed concealed carry on campuses of the University of Colorado. In its decision in Regents of the University of Colorado v. Students for Concealed Carry on Campus, the Supreme Court found that Colorado’s Uniform Shall-Issue Concealed Carry Law passed in 2003 divested the CU Board of Regents of authority regarding lawful concealed carry on CU campuses. Because the Supreme Court found that the Regents had no authority to ban concealed carry on campus that complies with the state law, it declined to address state and federal constitutional issues that had also been raised in the Students’ appeal.
The CU Regents refused to lift their ban on campus concealed carry even after the 2003 law, which states that lawfully-licensed persons may carry anywhere in the state not otherwise prohibited by law, was enacted. In 2009, CU students filed suit in El Paso County District Court to challenge the campus ban, but that court threw out the lawsuit saying the students had no meritorious claim under the law. In a comprehensive decision, the Court of Appeals reversed the El Paso County District Court and held that the Concealed Carry Act passed in 2003 did not exempt CU from the “all areas of the state” provision. The CU Regents then appealed to the state Supreme Court.
Colorado State University’s governing board approved a similar ban in 2010, only to rescind it after the Court of Appeals struck down the CU ban just weeks before the CSU ban was to go into effect.
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