Journey UMC hosted an educational forum on gun violence and the ballot initiative to require background checks for gun sales and transfers (with limited exceptions). About two dozen people gathered for conversation and to learn about the issue.
Ender Austin III, from Nevadans for Background Checks speaks about why he supports the initiative on background checks and how he wants to be able to tell his sons that he did something to help stop gun violence.
The event was covered by the Review Journal. The full article can be found here.