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The Clark County Sport Shooting Park was recently dealt a blow when a sub group of the Bureau of Land Management denied funding for Phase II of the Park. The project received $15 million in funding for the first phase of what was slated to be the largest shooting park in the country from the Southern Nevada Public Land Management Act of 1998, which mandates that proceeds from land sales to be allocated in Nevada for projects such as education, conservation, and water management. The sub group of BLM to which the $54 million proposal was submitted determined that the Shooting Park was not a high priority. In addition, the federal government indicated that they were considering diverting revenue generated from Southern Nevada Public Land Management Act land sales to help pay down the federal deficit. The NRA has been working closely with Nevada's Senate and Congressional leaders in communicating with the Department of the Interior and the Bush Administration to restore the funds for the Shooting Park and to keep funds in Nevada.
 

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AB 232, an NRA-supported bill by Assemblyman Richard Perkins (D-23, Clark County), which clarifies the Nevada Revised Statutes regarding the definition of concealed carry, passed unanimously out of the Senate Judiciary Committee. It is now headed to the Senate floor. AB 232 will also amend state law to allow for compliance with the federal "Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act of 2004," which allows for retired law enforcement officers authorized under the federal law to carry a concealed firearm. It is vital that NRA members contact Senate members and ask for their support of this important measure. For information on how to contact your Senator, please call (800) 978-2878 or visit http://leg.state.nv.us/general/feedback.cfm.
 

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In a letter, dated March 15, four Nevada Sheriffs and one Police Chief lent their names to an effort opposing H.R. 800--federal legislation to end reckless lawsuits against the gun industry. Anti-gun organizations such as the Brady Campaign to Prevent Handgun Violence and the Million Mom March have posted the letter on their websites as a way to garner key support for their efforts. It is vital that NRA members contact law enforcement officials and ask them to remove their names from the H.R. 800 opposition letter. Please make the call today! For contact information please call NRA-ILA Grassroots at (800) 392-8683.
 
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