If you need to open a knife with one hand, you’ll soon be able to do that legally in Colorado

The Democrats on the floor of the chamber broke into finger snaps — a la “West Side Story” — before the vote.

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A bill legalizing switchblades and gravity knives is headed to the governor’s desk after passing the state House in a bipartisan vote Thursday.

The Democrats on the floor of the chamber broke into finger snaps — a la “West Side Story” — before the vote. Sadly, the Democrats and Republicans did not circle each other with the still technically illegal knives drawn or break into song. 

There’s always the bill signing.

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