HomePoliticsNEW LAWSUIT ANNOUNCED TO BLOCK NEVADA GUNGRAB LAW Politics NEW LAWSUIT ANNOUNCED TO BLOCK NEVADA GUNGRAB LAW February 23, 2019 A local Veterans’ group has announce they are going to be filing a lawsuit to block the new gun control law SB 143, passed by the Nevada Democrat controlled Legislature earlier this month. The group, Warrior Legal Defense Fund launched a website called www.gunrightsnevada.com and is actively raising money and hiring lawyers to sue to block SB 143. According to the website, “With the help of great local lawyers like Craig Mueller, we are preparing to sue to block the Gun background Check Law SB 143 just pasted by the Nevada Legislature.” According to the group, “We cannot defeat Michael Bloomberg’s $20 million gun grab in Nevada with nothing. SB143 violates the U.S. Constitution, the Nevada Constitution and frankly will do nothing to stop criminals from stealing guns. Good intentions won’t stop criminals. Veterans, we fought for our God given basic human rights over seas, now we must fight at home. Join the battle.” Donate to fight SB 143 at: https://tools.raindroppers.com/d/DEFEND/ The website sites some of the issues they may raise in the Law suit. 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. 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Article 19, Sections 1 & 2 “An initiative measure so approved by the voters shall not be amended, annulled, repealed, set aside or suspended by the Legislature within 3 years from the date it takes effect.”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.