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|2008 || [[Initiated constitutional amendment|CICA]] || [[Nevada Taxpayer Protection Act (2008)|Nevada Taxpayer Protection Act]] || Vote Requirement for Revenue Increase || Would require a two-thirds vote to approve any initiative that would generate or increase public revenue in any form || Signatures filed but rejected as insufficient valid; state supreme court upheld decision
 
|2008 || [[Initiated constitutional amendment|CICA]] || [[Nevada Taxpayer Protection Act (2008)|Nevada Taxpayer Protection Act]] || Vote Requirement for Revenue Increase || Would require a two-thirds vote to approve any initiative that would generate or increase public revenue in any form || Signatures filed but rejected as insufficient valid; state supreme court upheld decision
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|2008 || [[Initiated constitutional amendment|CICA]] || [[Nevada Proposition 13 (2008)|Proposition 13]] || Property taxes || Would limit property tax increases to 2% annually || '''Made Ballot'''
 
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|2008 || [[indirect initiated state statute|CSS]] || [[Nevada Prevent Employers from Seizing Tips Intitiative (2008)|Prevent Employers from Seizing Tips Intitiative]] || Employment || Would prohibit employers from requiring tip pooling or sharing || Withdrawn by proponents
 
 
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|2008 || [[Initiated constitutional amendment|CICA]] || [[Nevada Funding Nevada's Priorities Act (2008)|Funding Nevada's Priorities Act]] || Revenue Allocation || Would allot increased revenues from certain county and city license fees to public school funding, the state highway fund, and the public safety fund || Signatures filed but rejected as insufficient valid; state supreme court upheld decision  
 
|2008 || [[Initiated constitutional amendment|CICA]] || [[Nevada Funding Nevada's Priorities Act (2008)|Funding Nevada's Priorities Act]] || Revenue Allocation || Would allot increased revenues from certain county and city license fees to public school funding, the state highway fund, and the public safety fund || Signatures filed but rejected as insufficient valid; state supreme court upheld decision  

Revision as of 10:53, 11 September 2008

This table shows all initiatives and referenda that seek a place on the ballot in Nevada for 2008. In the tables below, "CICA" stands for citizen-initiated constitutional amendment, "CSS" for a indirectly-initiated state statute, "CR" for a citizen referendum, and "LR" for a legislative referral.

For information on other citizen initiatives that attempted but failed to make the ballot, see Nevada 2008 citizen initiatives.


Key facts

  • With two initiatives on the 2008 ballot, the historical total of Nevada citizen initiatives increased to 55.
  • In the years 2000-2008, 18 citizen-initiated measures will have appeared on Nevada ballots (not counting veto referenda). This compares to 13 citizen-initiated measures that appeared on the Nevada ballot in the previous decade from 1990-1998.


See also


Certified for the 2008 ballot

Year Type Initiative Title Subject Matter Description Status
2008 CICA People's Initiative to Stop the Taking of Our Land Eminent domain Would prevent government agencies from using eminent domain to take land from one private owner and give to it another private owner On Ballot
2008 CICA Proposition 13 Property taxes Would limit property tax increases to 2% annually On Ballot

Still circulating

Year Type Initiative Title Subject Matter Description Status
2008 CSS Support Our Schools Initiative Taxes, Education Funding Would raise hundreds of millions of dollars for public schools through a hotel room tax increase in the Reno and Las Vegas areas Circulating
(Deadline Nov. 11, 2008)


Filed signatures but failed to make November 2008 ballot

Year Type Initiative Title Subject Matter Description Status
2008 CICA Nevada Taxpayer Protection Act Vote Requirement for Revenue Increase Would require a two-thirds vote to approve any initiative that would generate or increase public revenue in any form Signatures filed but rejected as insufficient valid; state supreme court upheld decision
2008 CICA Funding Nevada's Priorities Act Revenue Allocation Would allot increased revenues from certain county and city license fees to public school funding, the state highway fund, and the public safety fund Signatures filed but rejected as insufficient valid; state supreme court upheld decision
2008 CICA Education Enhancement Act Revenue Allocation Would allot increased revenues from certain county and city license fees to public school funding Signatures filed but rejected as insufficient valid; state supreme court upheld decision


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