Nevada Debates Expanding Concealed Carry In Public Buildings
CARSON CITY, NEVADA — A new bill that was introduced would make it easier for citizens to carry concealed firearms in public buildings.
Republican Assemblyman John Ellison presented AB352 to the Senate Judiciary Committee on Friday. The measure already passed the Assembly on a 26-14 vote.
The bill would allow people with concealed carry permits to carry in places such as police stations and most any other public buildings. For buildings that restricted firearms, they would need to have a metal detector, as well as a posted sign.
Openly carrying firearms in Nevada is already legal, and this bill would allow the same to be done for concealed carriers.