The state’s governor and attorney general say the law, passed in January, is unenforceable due to bureaucratic issues; activists say they’re playing dumb.

Advocates in Nevada filed a lawsuit on Thursday, seeking to compel the state to enforce an enhanced gun-purchase background check law that has been on the books since January but has so far been pushed aside by the state.

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