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Coloradoans have spoken.

Gun-rights advocates submitted petition signatures Monday to set up the first recall in state history of a state lawmaker, following his endorsement of some of the strictest gun control measures to become law in the U.S. this year.

The opponents of Democratic Senate President John Morse said they turned in twice as many signatures as needed Monday to put Morse back on the ballot. Carting white paper boxes of petitions, the gun-rights advocates said Morse will pay for backing a series of gun control measures that were signed into law earlier this year.

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