Judge mulls Nevada gun buyer screening law passed in 2016

| June 6, 2018

Judge mulls Nevada gun buyer screening law passed in 2016

It’s not up to a state judge to tell the governor to enact a flawed gun buyer screening law that voters approved nearly 18 months ago, a top state government lawyer said Tuesday.
“They’re asking the court to order the governor to say specific words, to actually script a letter for the governor and force him to sign it,” state Solicitor General Lawrence VanDyke said during arguments in a lawsuit seeking enactment of the screening measure.
“Those things are miles beyond any legal standard,” VanDyke insisted.

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