Yesterday, September 17, the Carson City Council failed to pass anti-gun Resolution 19-1693. The resolution was being pushed by Mayor Albert Robles in an effort to prohibit firearm dealers and firearm possession in the City of Carson to the point of a near outright ban.
Thank you to all the Second Amendment supports who attended the hearing and called the City Council to oppose Resolution 19-1693.
Resolution 19-1693 would have:
- Imposed “reasonable” minimum separation distance requirements, “preferably of a radius of one mile,” between gun dealers and the following: schools, churches, day-care centers, recreation facilities, bars, liquor stores, and residential zones;
- Provided for the elimination of existing gun dealers that would be deemed “nonconforming” by the new resolution.
- Prohibited the sale and possession of firearms on all City-owned property and public right-of-way, including City Hall and other City-owned buildings and all City parks and recreation facilities, subject to exceptions for possession of firearms by law enforcement officers; and
- Prohibited or restricted the sale of additional firearm accessories.
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