A group of twelve lawmakers in Nevada will consider a new restriction on public employees who choose to carry on the job when the state’s Legislative Commission meets on Tuesday. As the law stands now, those employees who aren’t specifically prohibited from carrying a gun at work can do so, but under the proposed rule change they would be required to notify their appointing authority or designee. Failure to disclose the fact that the employee is carrying would result in disciplinary action or even termination.
As NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action says, this looks like a solution in search of a problem.
This is a drastic change from current practice and will have an impact on public employees across the state. Per the minutes of the State Personnel Commission meeting on the same topic, the regulation was prompted by a petition from two employees. This appears to be nothing more than a harassment mechanism of persons lawfully exercising their rights.
Self-defense is the Natural Right they loathe the most, never ever forget that