Three measures that would change the mining industry’s constitutional tax caps received exemptions to keep them from dying when the Nevada Legislature.
Some Nevadans are questioning the choice to reduce budgets and cut funding for education and health services rather than taxing the mining industry as a revenue source.
OPINION: A new tax on mining revenue rather than profits, as proposed by Nevada legislators, would be the death knell for gold mining in Nevada.
Mining’s constitutional tax caps could be changed by any of three measures that will be advancing to the 2021 session of the Nevada Legislature.
OPINION: Taxing mining companies, thinking they are flush with money, is foolish on the face of it—naïve too.
Senate Republicans shoot down bill that would have brought in nearly $55 million from mining industry
The Assembly introduced, added an amendment and voted within three hours on a new bill, Assembly Bill 4, to reduce deductions from mining companies.
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