The ban was arguably the most controversial new law to come out of the Democratic-controlled legislature last year.

Republicans will introduce a bill in the Colorado state legislature Monday to repeal a ban on ammunition magazines capable of holding more than 15 rounds.

The ban was arguably the most controversial new law to come out of the Democratic-controlled legislature last year.

A similar bill will be introduced in the state Senate on Wednesday.

The new law went into effect July 1 and was the primary catalyst for the historic recall of two Democratic state senators who supported it and another new law requiring universal background checks.

It’s also responsible for at least two gun-parts manufacturers that are in the process of moving out of state, including Magpul Industries, which makes now-outlawed 30-round magazines.