Opposition is growing to Nevada’s gun control initiative.
Via the Las Vegas Review-Journal:
Support has narrowed to a slim majority among likely Nevada voters for a ballot measure to expand background checks for private-party firearm sales and transfers, according to a poll commissioned by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Question 1 would require both parties involved to appear before a federally licensed firearms dealer, who would conduct a background check on the person receiving the firearm.
The measure is on the Nov. 8 ballot.
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