The Denver Post reports that it just may be:
The sponsor of a bill that would ban use of concealed weapons on college campuses said Friday he hasn’t made a decision whether to debate the bill, or just kill it.
Four Democratic lawmakers say Heath plans to set the bill aside.
“I haven’t made my decisions. I’m still working” on it, said Sen. Rollie Heath, D-Boulder, the bill’s sponsor.
But Democrats insist to The Denver Post that Heath had agreed to kill his measure, but then later questioned whether he was doing the right thing.
Senate President John Morse said of those sources: “They were going off rumors.”
Republicans say no matter what happens, House Bill 1226 is dead.
Republicans have hammered Democrats over the rape remarks, jeopardizing a bill that already was in trouble. Two Democratic senators had openly said they were against it, Republicans needed only one more Democratic to kill the measure.
Democrats may have very well killed their own bill with their barbaric comments on rape. Let’s revisit the story I first told you about weeks ago:
And this story I told you about from last week: