Nevada has not enforced a law initially approved by voters in the 2016 election. Now, the legislature plans to meet to discuss background checks for certain gun sales.

A joint meeting of the Senate and Assembly Committees on Judiciary will meet Tuesday at 8 a.m. at the legislative building in Carson City.

Lawmakers will talk about provisions relating to background checks for certain purchases or transfers of firearms.

Testimony and public comment will be limited to two minutes at the discretion of the chair.

This comes after voters passed ballot initiative 1 in 2016 to require background checks on private party gun sales.

Since then the law has hit road blocks due to wording and issues with the FBI.