CBS LAS VEGAS- U.S. Congressman Steven Horsford, from District 4, talks about the speech he gave on the floor of the State Assembly. A group associated with and funded by the National Rifle Association (NRA) is pushing its own proposal for reducing mass shootings in schools, unveiling Tuesday a 225-page “school safety” report that recommends sending a trained, armed officer to every school in America, as well as various “layered security” measures it says will make schools safer. Do you agree with the National Rifle Association’s proposal to train and arm staff in all schools? Callers tell us if they agree with the National Rifle Association.

Geoff Lawrence, Deputy Policy Director at The Nevada Policy Research Institute, talks about what’s going on in our State Legislature and what bills are coming up for a vote. A group associated with and funded by the National Rifle Association (NRA) is pushing its own proposal for reducing mass shootings in schools, unveiling Tuesday a 225-page “school safety” report that recommends sending a trained, armed officer to every school in America, as well as various “layered security” measures it says will make schools safer. Do you agree with the National Rifle Association’s proposal to train and arm staff in all schools? Callers tell us if they agree with the National Rifle Association.

Larry Lomax, Clark County Registrar of Voters, talks about today’s election and the voter turnout. Did you vote in today’s election? Callers tell us if they voted in the election today.

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