Assemblywoman Michele Fiore, a true champion of 2nd Amendment rights, sponsor of the good gun bills this legislative session, and the rare decent politician, gave me this reply:
"I have received numerous emails from other concerned citizens as well. Unfortunately there is not much we can do because the bill becomes 100% effective until October 1. It is already a law, however, the police cannot be penalized for not enforcing it until that date. It makes the process rather confusing and frustrating for many people and businesses to comply. Until then we must be patient.
I would suggest contacting Chuck Callaway, police director to the LVMPD. He should be able to address any other concerns you may have. [...]
I would like to thank you for taking the time to contact me with your concerns. Please continue to be involved in the legislative process.
Assemblywoman Michele Fiore"
We are still pending official statements from Metro. Hopefully, Metro will not be taking the cowardly and tyrannical position of disobeying a law until they are forced to in October, under threat of enhanced civil penalties.
Under conventional logic, any arrest by Metro enforcing the invalidated law must thrown out of court. There is no act that could possibly excuse any delaying or as speculated behavior by Metro or any Clark County agency. An injunction or appeal on their behalf would be tantamount to tyranny and open defiance of the legislative and democratic process.
This weekend will be the telling time to see if Metro and the County will comply or if we need to take more drastic action to effect change.