Nevadans are vocal when it comes to their opinions on a recent gun bill passed by the legislature.
A bill requiring background checks for private gun sales faces a hearing today.
The state Senate has narrowly approved a bill requiring background checks for private gun buyers.
A bill requiring universal background checks for gun purchases in Nevada has passed a Senate committee.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who supports expanded background checks for gun buyers, ended up voting against the bill.
Senator Dean Heller says he will vote against a bipartisan bill supporters hope will prevent gun violence.
Nevada lawmakers have endorsed two bills restricting access to firearms for mentally ill people when it is determined they are a danger to themselves or others.
A new survey finds more than 80 percent of Nevadans support criminal background checks for gun buyers.
Nevada saw more requests for gun background checks in the days after the school shooting in Connecticut than any other weekend this year.