The Paris attacks have led to a growing concern over Syrian refugees in the United States.
Governor Brian Sandoval is asking President Barack Obama to stop sending Syrian refugees to Nevada until the federal government reviews resettlement programs.
Other governors have also announced they will not accept new arrivals. During the last fiscal year, the federal government relocated nine Syrian refugees to Nevada.
These resettlement programs are run and funded only by the federal government and states have no authority over who gets sent where.
However, experts say a governor's position on the Syrian refugee crisis may still have an impact on public perception.
A group of UNLV students gathered Tuesday to discuss the aftermath of the Paris attacks.
They agree to disagree on the debate over resettling Syrian refugees in the U.S... Read More