So, basically, it sounds like if it passes, local governments will have free reign to regulate gun businesses of all types out of existence if they choose to, and probably Clark's 3 day waiting period will become legal. (As well as other rules, like ones prohibiting display of pistols in windows of gun stores http://library.municode.com/HTML/162....130WIDIPIAMPR )(d) The enactment or enforcement of a county zoning or business ordinance which is
generally applicable to businesses within the county and thereby affects a firearms business
within the county, including, without limitation, an indoor or outdoor shooting range.
In my experience and observation, these online votes as to for/against any particular bill have little affect on the ultimate outcome. Hopefully, I am WRONG.I just did a ruff count on the votes on the Nevada legislature web site https://www.leg.state.nv.us/App/Opinions/77th2013/A/
7 vote for
435 votes against
and on AB234
3 votes for
523 votes against
Hopefully they will be paying close attention to the votes and comments
Maybe/maybe not.In my experience and observation, these online votes as to for/against any particular bill have little affect on the ultimate outcome. Hopefully, I am WRONG.
Can you please emphasize what these bills are? I'm not too good with deciphering what's what...Dead:
Campus carry died, even though 7 out of 12 told the AP they would have supported it and 7 is all they needed to pass committee. The chairman said it didn't have enough support to vote on.