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Nevada must stop the carnage caused by ghost guns

Nevada is no stranger to gun violence. We are home to the most deadly mass shooting in modern U.S. history. Thousands of lives were...
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Metro investigator contradicts officer, police report at Gomez fact-finding

The lead investigator into the fatal shooting of a 25-year old Las Vegas man at the hands of Metropolitan Police contradicted the department’s own...

Gun violence an ‘international embarrassment,’ Biden says in rolling out executive action

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden on Thursday reiterated his call on Congress to pass stalled gun legislation reform but also outlined executive action he’s...
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Proposal seeks to close ‘ghost gun’ loophole, criminalize guns on private property

Hoping to send a message to the world that Las Vegas is safe, one of the biggest players in the resort industry is asking...

U.S. Supreme Court tosses gun case but Kavanaugh urges future tussle

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday avoided issuing a landmark Second Amendment ruling in a closely watched gun rights case, but set the stage...
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Pandemic fuels state feuds over gun rights

COVID-19 has ignited the debate over gun rights as states grapple with whether to allow gun sales while other retailers are forced to shutter. Stores...

2019 selections & reflections from the Nevada Current’s staff

Note: 2019 was the Current’s first full year of publication. To look back on the year, each member of the Nevada Current staff picked...
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U.S. Supreme Court may sidestep a big Second Amendment fight

WASHINGTON — A high-profile gun rights case argued before the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday might be dismissed with little fanfare.  The justices heard an...

U.S. Supreme Court takes up consequential gun rights case

WASHINGTON — A momentous clash over gun rights is headed to the U.S. Supreme Court.  The high court is slated to hear oral arguments on...

‘Stickler for facts’ Fiore shrugs off domestic violence, gun reform groups’ concerns

While discussing a potential change to the city’s domestic violence law that would allow those convicted to keep their firearms, Las Vegas City Councilwoman...


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