Nevada officials said boulders recently placed on sidewalks at entrances to the state capitol grounds were put there to improve security following a March 29 letter warning that the Nevada governor and other governors around the nation would “be removed” if they did not resign. “We needed to act quickly,” the governor’s deputy chief of staff told the Las Vegas Review Journal. “The rocks will sit there for now, while we decide what to do next.” In addition to the boulders to keep vehicles from the capitol grounds, a metal detector was installed at the capitol’s main entrance. All side entrances were closed, and employees and visitors must enter and exit through the front doors.

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