SB 143 ISSUES
- Violates Nevada Constitution, they need a State Constitutional amendment, cannot take rights away thru Statutes, it violates Article 11 and 20 of the NV State Constitution.
Sec. 11. Right to keep and bear arms; civil power supreme.
1. Every citizen has the right to keep and bear arms for security and defense, for lawful hunting and recreational use and for other lawful purposes.
Sec: 20. Rights retained by people. This enumeration of rights shall not be construed to impair or deny others retained by the people.
- Requires gun stores to book guns as inventory and pay sales tax.
- Requires private gun owners to pay a gun store to transfer guns at whatever price they set. Conflict of interest for gun stores who are interested in selling their guns, not selling your guns. What if no gun stores offer such a service, especially in small towns, disabled, elderly and the poor. Undue burden
- The Legislature changed the law within 3 years of Question 1 passing, violating the Nevada Constitution.
Nevada Constitution, Article 19, Sections 1 & 2
“An initiative measure so approved by the voters shall not be amended, annulled, repealed, set aside or suspended by the Legislature within 3 years from the date it takes effect.”
- The State cannot compel Gun stores to do private party gun transfers.
- SB 143 failed to provide the proper fiscal impact notes.
- SB 143 has numerous overly broad and unenforceable sections.
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