Two Littleton men have filed a proposed ballot measure that seeks to undo proposed legislation that would limit ammunition magazines of more than 15 rounds.
The measure was filed Tuesday, one day after the Democratic-controlled Senate passed a bill limiting magazine rounds.
Tim LeVier and J.T. Davis want voters to decide the issue in the 2014 election.
The proposed ballot measure would amend the state' constitution so that only Colorado voters can decide whether to limit or restrict ammunition storage and devices.
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