The election may be over, but recall-related chapters are still to be written 

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Most of us assume that the dispute over Colorado's new gun laws — and the bizarre recall elections to which they led — ended last Tuesday night, when voters ousted Senate President John Morse and Sen. Angela Giron. But if you're a…

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