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'''CARSON CITY, [[Nevada]]:''' This June the [[Judgepedia:Nevada Supreme Court|Nevada Supreme Court]] will hear oral arguments regarding the [[Nevada Mining Tax Measure (2010)|Nevada Mining Tax Measure]] ballot language following an appeal by the [http://www.nevadamining.org/ Nevada Mining Association]. On March 23 Carson City Judge Wilson Jr. denied a block requested by the association but agreed that the initiative language should be reworded. The language, said the judge, should clarify that the recommended change could triple the proceeds tax on mines retroactively in 2008 from $92 million to $284 million. However, the mining association argues that the initiative petition violates the single subject rule by including two subjects: changing the [[Nevada Constitution]] and changing the tax rate.<ref>[http://www.lasvegassun.com/news/2010/mar/31/supreme-court-speed-mining-association-appeal/ ''Las Vegas Sun'',"Supreme Court to speed up mining association appeal," March 31, 2010]</ref><ref>[http://silverpinyon.com/government-a-politics/nevada-government-a-politics/400-ballot-initiative-on-mining-tax-heading-to-supreme-court ''Silver Pinyon Journal'',"Ballot initiative on mining tax heads to Supreme Court," April 1, 2010]</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 11:14, 1 April 2010

April 1, 2010

CARSON CITY, Nevada: This June the Nevada Supreme Court will hear oral arguments regarding the Nevada Mining Tax Measure ballot language following an appeal by the Nevada Mining Association. On March 23 Carson City Judge Wilson Jr. denied a block requested by the association but agreed that the initiative language should be reworded. The language, said the judge, should clarify that the recommended change could triple the proceeds tax on mines retroactively in 2008 from $92 million to $284 million. However, the mining association argues that the initiative petition violates the single subject rule by including two subjects: changing the Nevada Constitution and changing the tax rate.[1][2]

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  1. Las Vegas Sun,"Supreme Court to speed up mining association appeal," March 31, 2010
  2. Silver Pinyon Journal,"Ballot initiative on mining tax heads to Supreme Court," April 1, 2010