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Nevada AB 232 is Expected to be Heard in the Senate!

Friday, April 29, 2005

AB 232

, a NRA-supported bill byAssemblyman Richard Perkins (D-23, Clark County), which clarifies the Nevada Revised Statutes regarding the definition of concealed carry, passed unanimously out of theAssembly. It is now headed to theSenate.

AB 232 will also amend state law to allow for compliance with the federal Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act of 2004, which allows for retired law enforcement officers authorized under the federal law to carry a concealed firearm.  AB 232 is expected to be heard on Thursday, May 5.  It is vital that NRA members contact Senate members and ask for their support of this important measure.  For information on how to contact your Senator, please call 1-800-978-2878 or visit leg.state.nv.us/general/feedback.cfm.   

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