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Statutes of the State of Nevada - Twenty-Eighth Special Session, 2014

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AN ACT relating to commerce; limiting certain credits which may be used against an insurer’s liability for the general tax on insurance premiums for a certain period and eliminating those credits after that period; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 3—Committee of the Whole. Approved September 11, 2014

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AN ACT relating to commerce; exempting certain manufacturers of electric passenger cars from the requirements relating to franchises for the sale of motor vehicles and repairs or maintenance on motor vehicles owned by private persons; requiring the exempted manufacturers to be licensed and regulated as new vehicle dealers; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 2—Committee of the Whole. Approved September 11, 2014

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AN ACT relating to commerce; extending the duration of the Economic Development Electric Rate Rider Program; requiring the Office of Economic Development to make certain determinations before approving an application for participation in the Program; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 1—Committee of the Whole. Approved September 11, 2014

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AN ACT relating to commerce; authorizing a lead participant, on behalf of one or more participants in a project who undertake a common purpose or business endeavor in this State, to apply to the Office of Economic Development for the issuance of transferable tax credits and the abatement of employer excise taxes and certain property taxes and local sales and use taxes; providing that eligibility for such economic development incentives, in part, requires the participants in a qualified project collectively to invest at least $3.5 billion in this State within the 10-year period immediately following the approval of the application; authorizing the Office to approve and issue a certificate of transferable tax credits to the lead participant in a qualified project; providing for the calculation of the amount of the transferable tax credits; requiring the lead participant in a qualified project to return any portion of transferable tax credits or abatements of taxes to which the lead participant is not entitled; requiring the Office to prepare and submit to the Legislature certain reports relating to the economic development incentives provided to qualified projects; authorizing the governing body of a city or county to grant abatements of certain permitting and licensing fees imposed or charged by the city or county; authorizing under certain circumstances the pledge of certain sales and use tax proceeds for certain districts for the promotion of economic diversification; revising provisions relating to the issuance of transferable tax credits to a producer who produces a qualified film or other production in this State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 1—Committee of the Whole. Approved September 11, 2014

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