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Colorado State Senators Lose Seats in NRA-Backed Recall

Colorado voters unseated the Senate president and another lawmaker for helping pass the toughest gun-control limits in a decade, marking the first such recalls in state history and a pair of victories for the National Rifle Association.

Senate leader John Morse lost by just 343 votes, or two percent, while the margin against Senator Angela Giron was 56 percent to 44 percent, according to the Associated Press. Both are Democrats.