Nevada Sales and Use Tax Amendment, Question 3 (2010)
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|Question 3 (Sales and Use Tax)|
Text of measure
Shall the Sales and Use Tax Act of 1955 be amended to authorize the Legislature to amend or repeal any provision of this Act only if necessary to resolve a conflict with any federal law or interstate agreement for the administration, collection, or enforcement of sales and use taxes?
Media editorial positions
- The Reno Gazette-Journal was opposed to Question 3. "Do you trust the Legislature to make such changes, or do you feel more comfortable trusting voters. This proposal again takes away our right to vote," said the editorial board.
Path to the ballot
A majority vote was required (in two successive sessions) of the Nevada State Legislature to qualify the proposed measure for the 2010 ballot.
- Nevada's 2010 ballot - all about judicial reform, eminent domain and taxes
- Four ballot questions scheduled to appear on Nevada 2010 ballot
- ↑ Las Vegas Review-Journal,"Legislators agree to four state ballot measures for November," May 7, 2010
- ↑ Associated Press,"State panel sends four measures to November ballot," May 9, 2010
- ↑ Nevada Secretary of State,"Questions to Appear on the 2010 General Election Ballot," retrieved September 27, 2010
- ↑ The Reno Gazette-Journal,"Two Cents Worth: Ballot questions: Four No, one Yes...," October 22, 2010
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