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The Lombardo Agenda for Improving Public Safety

Reverse the Failures of Democrats’ So-Called Criminal Justice Reform Law

Passed in 2019, AB 236 reduced criminal penalties on fentanyl and retail theft, both of which have skyrocketed in recent years. This law has proven disastrous for public safety in Nevada, creating serious problems that must be corrected.

Eliminate Deadly Fentanyl on Our Streets

AB 236 reduced penalties for fentanyl crimes, even as fentanyl overdoses have cost hundreds of lives in Nevada. Governor Lombardo has called for making possession of any amount of fentanyl a class B felony.

Strengthen Penalties for Smash-and-Grab Retail Theft

Thanks to AB 236, Nevada’s felony threshold for retail theft is even more permissive than that of California. Governor Lombardo has proposed legislation that would crack down on smash-and-grab retail thefts and empower law enforcement to punish offenders more effectively.