Colorado's state Senate has given final approval to new gun control measures.
Democrats sponsored the gun control package in reaction to recent mass shootings in a Colorado movie theater and a Connecticut elementary school.
The bills include a 15-round limit on ammunition magazines, expanded background checks, and a ban on gun ownership for people accused of domestic violence crimes.
Republicans had argued the gun controls would not have prevented the mass shootings.
A bill to ban guns on college campuses and another to make gun owners and sellers legally liable for the weapons were struck down.
The measure now heads to the Colorado House of Representatives for a vote.