The Colorado Court of Appeals sided with two Republican legislators on Wednesday, holding they may proceed with their challenge to the red flag law after allegedly being denied requests to have the landmark gun safety legislation read in full.

Rocky Mountain Gun Owners, former House Minority Leader Lori Saine, and Reps. Patrick Neville and Dave Williams filed a suit alleging that the House violated the state’s reading clause despite Saine and Williams making separate requests for a full reading of House Bill 19-1177, known most commonly as the “red flag law.”

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