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To many people, the very mention of Nevada brings visions of gambling and liberalism. However, that is not necessarily an accurate portrayal of state.

Now they are on their way adding public libraries and their parking lots, to the list of public gun free zones. It’s known as Senate Bill 115 which states:

“Legislative Counsel’s Digest:

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“Existing law prohibits a person from carrying or possession certain weapons while on the property of the Nevada System of Higher Education or a private or public school or child care facility or while in a vehicle of a private or public school or child care facility and provides that any person who violates such a provision is guilty of a gross misdemeanor. Existing law also provides certain exceptions to those prohibitions and authorizes a person a carry or possess certain weapons while on the property of the Nevada System of Higher Education or a private or public school or child care facility if the person has written permission from the president of a branch or facility of the Nevada System of Higher Education, the principal of the school or the person designated by a child care facility to give permission to carry or possess the weapon. (NRS 202.265)”

“This bill additionally prohibits a person from carrying or possessing certain weapons while on the property of a public library unless the person has written permission from the governing board of the public library to carry or possess the weapon.”

Senate Bill 115 passed its review by the Nevada State Senate Judiciary Committee by a partisan vote – 4 Democrats to 3 Republicans. The bill will now move to the floor of state senate where it will probably be hotly debated before being passed by the narrow Democratic majority.

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