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2004 Ballot Questions Authorized by the 2003 Legislature

The two ballot questions below were authorized by the Nevada Legislature for placement on the November 2, 2004, general election ballot.

Assembly Bill No. 514 of the 72nd Session proposes to revise the exemption from the tax for the sale or use of used vehicles; to provide exemptions from the tax for the sale or use of prescription ophthalmic and ocular devices and appliances, farm machinery and other agricultural equipment, works of fine art for public display, and professional racing vehicles and parts; and to revise the exemption from the tax on the sale or use of aircraft and parts of aircraft used by commercial air carriers.  All amendments to the Sales and Use Tax Act of 1955 must be approved through a vote of the people.

Assembly Joint Resolution No. 3 of the 71st Session proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to change the provision that prohibits an “idiot or insane person” from voting to refer instead to “a person who has been adjudicated mentally incompetent, unless restored to legal capacity” and to repeal a provision relating to the election of United States Senators by the Legislature that was made obsolete by the adoption of the 17th Amendment to the United States Constitution.

All amendments to the Nevada Constitution which are proposed by the Nevada Legislature must be approved in identical form in two successive sessions of the Legislature and then approved by the voters at the next general election.

Return to Vote Nevada 2004

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Last updated 09/01/2004


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