September 2, 2015
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) - The Senate Judiciary Committee will
hear testimony on a bill to make information about concealed
weapons permits confidential.
AB282, which has already passed the Assembly, would also
streamline the permitting process, but require an additional
background check by the county sheriff when permits are renewed.
The bill allows permit holders to show competency with a type of
weapon, such as a semi-automatic, instead of having to obtain a
separate permit for each gun they own.
The committee meets Wednesday in Carson City.
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