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{{tnr}}'''Nevada Immigration Reform Initiative''' may appear on the [[Nevada 2010 ballot measures|November 2, 2010]] statewide ballot in [[Nevada]]. The proposed measure would authorize police question a person's immigration status if there are any suspicions that they are illegal immigrants.<ref>[http://www.lvrj.com/news/senate-candidate-proposes-initiative-similar-to-arizona-immigration-law-93002614.html 'Las Vegas Review-Journal'',"POSSIBLE BALLOT REFERENDUM: Senate candidate proposes initiative similar to Arizona immigration law," May 6, 2010]</ref>
 
{{tnr}}'''Nevada Immigration Reform Initiative''' may appear on the [[Nevada 2010 ballot measures|November 2, 2010]] statewide ballot in [[Nevada]]. The proposed measure would authorize police question a person's immigration status if there are any suspicions that they are illegal immigrants.<ref>[http://www.lvrj.com/news/senate-candidate-proposes-initiative-similar-to-arizona-immigration-law-93002614.html 'Las Vegas Review-Journal'',"POSSIBLE BALLOT REFERENDUM: Senate candidate proposes initiative similar to Arizona immigration law," May 6, 2010]</ref>
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The initiative emulates an [[BC2010#April|April 23, 2010]] approved immigration bill in Arizona. A [[Arizona Immigration Law Repeal (2010)|repeal]] was filed days following it's approval. It also resembles a proposed initiative in [[Ohio Immigration Reform Initiative (2010)|Ohio to reform immigration]] throughout the state.
  
 
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Revision as of 11:49, 7 May 2010

Nevada Immigration Reform Initiative may appear on the November 2, 2010 statewide ballot in Nevada. The proposed measure would authorize police question a person's immigration status if there are any suspicions that they are illegal immigrants.[1]

The initiative emulates an April 23, 2010 approved immigration bill in Arizona. A repeal was filed days following it's approval. It also resembles a proposed initiative in Ohio to reform immigration throughout the state.

Path to the ballot

See also: Nevada signature requirements

In order to qualify the measure for the November 2010 ballot supporters are required to collect a minimum of 97,002 valid signatures by August 4, 2010.

See also

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References

  1. 'Las Vegas Review-Journal,"POSSIBLE BALLOT REFERENDUM: Senate candidate proposes initiative similar to Arizona immigration law," May 6, 2010