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Gun-control groups try to undermine Nevada Attorney General Laxalt

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

The ill-conceived Question 1 ballot initiative was doomed from the start. That’s because it was poorly written by out-of-state gun control groups that clearly did not understand Nevada's existing firearms background check system. Now those same groups, which are funded by New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg, are trying to pin the blame for their $20 million failure on our state attorney general, Adam Laxalt. In what appears to be a coordinated effort to undermine our attorney general and escape responsibility for their own failure, these groups are now pushing attack pieces such as one in the Reno Gazette-Journal earlier this month headlined "NRA behind Laxalt's gun-check opposition?"

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