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Nevada: Privacy sought for Right-to-Carry permit holders
« on: August 19, 2010, 12:33:06 PM »
Nevada: Privacy sought for Right-to-Carry permit holders

A Nevada lawmaker wants to make it harder for the public to determine who is packing heat. Assemblyman Don Gustavson, R Sparks, asked the Legislative Counsel Bureau to draft a bill for the 2011 legislative session that would make personal information related to concealed carry permits confidential.

Read About It: The Las Vegas Review Journal (Nev.)

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