By Natalie Bruzda, Las Vegas Review-Journal
Nevada and California are “brothers and sisters in more ways than other states can say,” and the Route 91 shooting cemented that notion even further, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said Friday during a gun policy discussion at UNLV.
“Thirty-three of the 58 people who died on Oct. 1 were from California, and I suspect many of the others were transplants from California,” Becerra said. “What we do impacts you and what you do impacts us. We have every reason to try to work together.”
Becerra spoke Friday during the first in what will be a yearlong series of discussions at UNLV’s Boyd School of Law on solutions for reducing gun violence.