As the legislative session draws to a close, members of the Assembly and the state Senate have considered several issues such as gun control and energy policy. We'll talk about how they voted and what could happen in final 15 hours of the session.
The National Rifle Association often talks about the need for gun safety and proper training to handle fire arms. Still, the most noticeable development in the merchandising of guns in recent years has been the use of assault weapons and other high-powered weapons for fun.
The investigation into Fast and Furious, the federal operation where guns were allegedly sent over the Mexican border by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agents, had a big turn this week. The House Oversight Committee on Monday filed a civil lawsuit against U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder demanding he turn over documents related to the failed operation. So what's next for Fast and Furious? Fronteras: Changing America Desk reporter, Michel Marizco has followed the story and he joins us to talk about the latest.
Assembly bill 143 would make the names of concealed weapons permit holders in Nevada private. The names of concealed weapons permit holders is currently public information and opponents of that rule say making the names of permit holders public puts gun owners in danger. We talk with Assemblywoman, Debbie Smith, D-Sparks, one of the sponsors of the bill.