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The Nevada Mining Association filed a lawsuit in state court in Carson City during [[BC2012#February|late-February 2012]], attempting to block the [[Nevada Mining Tax Cap Amendment (2014)|mining tax cap amendment measure]] from the ballot. The association stated that the measure was misleading and failed to describe the consequences to Nevada's overall tax structure if enacted by voters.<ref> [http://www.ktvn.com/story/17005608/nevada-mining-sues-to-block-tax-cap-initiative ''KTVN.com'', "Nevada mining sues to block tax cap initiative", February 23, 2012]</ref>
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* The Nevada Mining Association filed a lawsuit in state court in Carson City during [[BC2012#February|late-February 2012]], attempting to block the [[Nevada Mining Tax Cap Amendment (2014)|mining tax cap amendment measure]] from the ballot. The association stated that the measure was misleading and failed to describe the consequences to Nevada's overall tax structure if enacted by voters.<ref> [http://www.ktvn.com/story/17005608/nevada-mining-sues-to-block-tax-cap-initiative ''KTVN.com'', "Nevada mining sues to block tax cap initiative", February 23, 2012]</ref>
  
 
==Campaign contributions==
 
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Revision as of 09:09, 19 March 2012

Note: A lawsuit may be included in more than one section of this article.
See also: List of ballot measure lawsuits in 2014

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See also: Nevada Mining Tax Cap Amendment (2014)
  • The Nevada Mining Association filed a lawsuit in state court in Carson City during late-February 2012, attempting to block the mining tax cap amendment measure from the ballot. The association stated that the measure was misleading and failed to describe the consequences to Nevada's overall tax structure if enacted by voters.[1]

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