In this episode of Guns n’ Politics, hosts Alex Stewart and Conner Board discuss the March 18 hearing of AB 148 and AB 2, as well as the University of Nevada, Reno campus carry “Say No to Guns Everywhere Bill Teach In” rally. Stewart and Board also review an interesting
By Walanya Vongsvirates, @Walanyav and Conner Board, @ConnerBoard CARSON CITY, Nev. – The Nevada Assembly passed Assembly Bill 148, also known as Campus Carry, on Monday but not without major revisions, including the removal of day care facilities and airports from the bill language. The bill passed with a 25-15
In this second episode of the podcast “Guns N’ Politics”, reporters Conner Board and Alex Stewart discuss the first hearing on Assembly Bill 148 at the Nevada Legislature. AB148 would allow concealed carry permit holders to carry their gun on Nevada educational facilities, including day cares, schools and university campuses.
Reporters Walanya Vongsvirates During the 78th session of the Nevada Legislature, Walanya is focusing on the campus carry bill, AB 148, which would allow people with concealed carry permits to carry concealed weapons on educational facilities, including a university campus. Email | Twitter | LinkedIn | Website Walanya is a senior majoring in broadcast journalism, with a
By Conner Board and Walanya Vongsvirates CARSON CITY, Nev. – Expected to be one of the most controversial bills of this session, the drama of Assembly Bill 148 played out as anticipated, with lively and often heated debate during its hearing before the Assembly Judiciary on Thursday. Dozens of people
Photo courtesy of Valeri Pizhanski By Walanya Vongsvirates, @walanyav This column first appeared in the February 24 issue of the Nevada Sagebrush “If these young, hot little girls on campus have a firearm, I wonder how many men will want to assault them. The sexual assaults that are occurring would go down once
By Walanya Vongsvirates, @walanyav University of Nevada, Reno students packed into the Assembly Judiciary hearing this morning to be a part of the discussion on AB148, a bill that revises provisions governing concealed firearms, also known as “Campus Carry” on the UNR campus. UNR students are concerned with two assembly bills