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Guns mean Nevada

News item: A controversial bill recently proposed by Assemblywoman Michelle Fiore would allow guns on college campuses, in K-12 schools and day-care facilities. Here are some other bills under consideration by the Republican-led state Legislature.


SB 213 Allows teachers to carry firearms on school grounds

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SB 214 Allows students to carry firearms on school grounds


AB 213 Decriminalizes duels


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SB 77 Resolution proposing statewide “Bring Your Gun to ‘Bring Your Child to Work Day’ Day”


SB 356 Resolution encouraging clowns, nuns and animal mascots to own guns


SB 771 Safety measure that requires all gun owners, when in public, to have their guns drawn and pointed directly in front of them at all times

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AB 13 Allows cats and babies to own guns


AB 244 Allows concealed weapons permit-holders to hide guns inside other, larger guns


AB 172 Crime-prevention measure that allows children to bring guns into bounce houses


SB 212 Proposes funding for new family amusement complex near Ely called “Silver State Adventure Park,” a stadium-sized gladiatorial deathmatch dome lined with guns


AB 211 Replaces official state song, “Home Means Nevada,” with a new song that is four minutes of continuous machine gun fire

As a longtime journalist in Southern Nevada, native Las Vegan Andrew Kiraly has served as a reporter covering topics as diverse as health, sports, politics, the gaming industry and conservation. He joined Desert Companion in 2010, where he has helped steward the magazine to become a vibrant monthly publication that has won numerous honors for its journalism, photography and design, including several Maggie Awards.