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Assemblyman Pat Hickey Talks Taxes And Gun Control
Assemblyman Pat Hickey Talks Taxes And Gun Control

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AIR DATE: May 28, 2013

The legislative session is hurtling toward the finish line. And now the members of the Assembly will have to consider several big issues, including background checks and taxes. We'll talk with the minority leader about a couple of bills that are headed his way.

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Assemblyman Pat Hickey, Republican, Washoe County

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    Look at the public opinion on SB221: http://www.leg.state.nv.us/AppCF/Opinion/77th2013/vwComments.cfm?drpMenu=537 http://www.leg.state.nv.us/AppCF/Opinion/77th2013/reports/OpResultsHi.cfm Nearly 2459 opposed and 138 for. Explain to me how you can say with a straight face that 86% of Nevadans support this?
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