Colorado Senate President John Morse, right, speaks with fellow senator Angela Giron, left, at the State Capitol, in Denver, Friday March 8, 2013. Colorado Senate Democrats advanced an expansion of background checks on firearm purchases as part of a package of bills responding to the shootings in Aurora and Connecticut. The proposal would require background checks where they currently don’t exist, such as purchases online and private sales and transfers. The bill got initial approval in the Senate on an unrecorded vote on Friday. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

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Colorado Senate President John Morse, right, speaks with fellow senator Angela Giron, left, at the State Capitol, in Denver, Friday March 8, 2013.  Colorado Senate Democrats advanced an expansion of background checks on firearm purchases as part of a package of bills responding to the shootings in Aurora and Connecticut.  The proposal would require background checks where they currently don’t exist, such as purchases online and private sales and transfers. The bill got initial approval in the Senate on an unrecorded vote on Friday.  (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)
Colorado Senate President John Morse, right, speaks with fellow senator Angela Giron, left, at the State Capitol, in Denver, Friday March 8, 2013. Colorado Senate Democrats advanced an expansion of background checks on firearm purchases as part of a package of bills responding to the shootings in Aurora and Connecticut. The proposal would require background checks where they currently don’t exist, such as purchases online and private sales and transfers. The bill got initial approval in the Senate on an unrecorded vote on Friday. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)
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