ADAM LAXALT OPENS DOOR TO QUESTION 1 GUN BACKGROUND CHECK LAW

ADAM LAXALT OPENS DOOR TO QUESTION 1 GUN BACKGROUND CHECK LAW

October 13, 2017

Last year, following the passage of Question 1, the gun background check law, Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt issued a formal opinion stating the law was unenforceable. According to Laxalt’s letter last year, Question 1’s requirement that private gun owners were required to transfer their firearms through a local gun store where an FBI background check was to be performed (not the Nevada State system) was unenforceable because the FBI refused to do the background checks.

But now following the Vegas Shooting, the FBI may have some more wiggle room and may work with the state. So AG Laxalt has given his permission to Gov. Sandoval to resubmit a request to the FBI to perform the back checks for private gun transfers.

 

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