Colorado Dems want to hold gunmakers liable in attacks

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Bill Hoover carries a photo of his grandson AJ Boik, who was killed in the July, 2012 Aurora movie theatre massacre, during a news conference at which Colorado State legislators unveiled gun control measures, at the State Capitol, in Denver, Tuesday Feb. 5, 2013. Among the proposed measures is a new bill that would hold manufacturers, sellers, and owners of assault weapons liable and responsible for damages caused by shootings with those weapons. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley) Photo by