By Tom Knighton
Nevada isn’t considered to be an anti-gun state, but even before the Las Vegas massacre, there were some efforts to restrict guns. A 2016 measure calling for universal background checks passed, but wasn’t implemented due to logistical issues.
Then a maniac gunned down more than 50 people in the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history, with a media waiting in the wings willing to spin it as a failure of too little gun control.
Now, the state has even further embraced gun control right about now. They elected a whole slate of Democrats to enact their gun control fantasies. Now that those Democrats are taking office, they’re looking forward to the future.
In 2016, Ballot Question 1 passed a popular vote in Nevada and in effect would have prohibited the sale of guns between individuals in the state without conducting a background check, but following the election, Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt issued an opinion that rendered the voter approved law unenforceable for lack of administrative support from the federal and state governments, and thereby, the “unenforceable” status means citizens cannot be prosecuted for not complying with the act.
For John Saludes and the coalition’s 16 members, Laxalt’s decision was …Read the Rest
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