DENVER (AP) -- A man facing allegations he threatened a state legislator during the heated debate over gun control in Colorado is due in court.
David Cassidy is accused of leaving Sen. Andy Kerr a threatening voicemail March 4, the day Senate committees passed a series of bills tightening restrictions on guns.
Cassidy faces a felony charge of attempting to influence a public official and a misdemeanor harassment charge when he appears in court on Monday.
Cassidy says the message wasn't meant to be threatening.
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