Jan 30, 2013 8:18 PM by Connie Murphy
DENVER (AP) - Another Republican proposal to expand armed security has been rejected in Colorado's Democratic Legislature.
A Senate committee voted on a party-line 3-2 line to reject a proposal to require private businesses to have armed security if patrons aren't allowed to carry concealed weapons.
It was the second GOP gun bill rejected this week. The same committee voted against concealed weapons for school employees.