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In a rare occurrence, the ACLU, Las Vegas Police Protective Association, Police Managers and Supervisors Association, the Public Defenders Offices in Washoe and Clark Counties, the NRA, the National Shooting Sports Foundation, the Nevada Firearms Coalition and a number of other groups and citizens from across the state all were in agreeance with the same thing: SB 452 is a bad bill!

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TAKE ACTION NOW! DO NOT DELAY! THEY ARE MOVING ON THIS HARD AND FAST! The bill is heading to the Senate Judiciary Committee This Saturday.

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Originally a part of AB 286 that was struck out before it went to House floor for vote has been re-introduced as a separate Senate bill (SB452) as an Emergency Measure by Senate Leader Nicole Cannizzaro with less than two weeks to go until the end of this Legislative session. THIS BIIL MUST BE STOPPED for more than just the apparent infringing upon our 2nd Amendment right reasons! Wording leaves a big loophole! Read Why...

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Tuesday, 20 April 2021 18:59

A Partial Win and Loss on AB 286

Today was the last day for any bills to be passed out of the chamber of origin. For AB 286 that was the State Assembly.

 

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After reading the new Amendments to the bill it is our understanding that Section 2 of the bill pretty much ONLY pertains to Casino's now but there is still a bit of gray area there. It also expands the coverage to the premises property line, which includes outdoor areas including parking lots.
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Nevada AB 286 just passed out of the House Judiciary Committee Today (April 9th, 2021) and is expected to make it to the Assembly floor for debate and vote next week. In short, AB 286 would make it an instant crime if you are to step into a business with a firearm (even one being carried legally by a CCW Permit holder) and the business has a No Firearms sign posted. There will be no warnings, like there is now by the current statute, where a business with a sign would be first required to ask you to leave or secure your firearm and if you didn't THEN you could be arrested. Even if you didn't truly see the sign.
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AB 286 Puts the Public More At Risk Then It Does to Protect It. Nevada Legislators Fail to Consider, or At the Very Least Mention, the Negative Sides of Such a Bill.

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