79th (2017) Session of the Nevada Legislature
Senate Bill 102
This proposed legislation allows for a person who
holds a permit to carry a concealed firearm to
possess and store their handgun in a vehicle that
is on the property of the Nevada System of Higher
Education or a private or public school or child
care facility in certain circumstances.
This is a common-sense bill that is consistent
with other provisions regarding concealed carry.
Please send your letter of support now!
THE NEVADA FIREARMS COALITIONS
STRONGLY SUPPORTS THIS BILL
HEARING - Wednesday, Mar 1, 1:30pm
As we watch the landscape of gun ownership in Nevada, it is scary to say 'it's becoming more liberal'. California is a border state and when Californians move here, unfortunately, some bring their hysterical gun views with them. If you want to protect our gun rights, we all need to band together, constantly, and let our voices be heard. It only takes a moment to send an email, a letter or a phone call. A great analogy: a camel sticks his nose under our (gun) tent. If we don't smack his nose and continue to smack it every time he tries to stick his nose in, he will soon bring our entire tent down.
Grant Sawyer Building
555 E. Washington, LV
You can show your support or opposition by doing any (or all) of the following:
Vote on a bill (or share your opinion):
Contact your representatives:
Attend a hearing at the Grant Sawyer Building (LV) - testify or just listen
Senate Bill 115
This bill adds the public library to the list of places you cannot carry your pistol. As far as I can tell, there has never been a problem with a gun at our library, so this is just arbitrarily adding locations you can't carry.
We are voting NO.
HEARING - Tuesday, Feb 28, 1:30pm