Nevada has enacted laws providing for the administration of sales and use taxes in accordance with the interstate Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement to which Nevada is a member. The purpose of this Agreement is to simplify and modernize sales and use tax administration in order to reduce the burden of tax compliance for all sellers and types of commerce within and across state lines. To avoid a conflict with the provisions of the Agreement, the Legislature may be required to enact legislation amending the Sales and Use Tax Act of 1955 in response to federal legislation approved by Congress affecting the Agreement or in response to interstate actions amending the Agreement. The Legislature has the authority to amend local sales taxes without voter approval, but the Sales and Use Tax Act, which was enacted by referendum, cannot be amended without voter approval. Passage of this question would grant limited authority to amend the Sales and Use Tax Act to resolve certain conflicts.
A "Yes" vote would authorize the Legislature to amend or repeal any provision of the Sales and Use Tax Act of 1955 without voter approval in order to resolve a conflict with federal law or interstate agreements for the administration, collection, or enforcement of the sales and use tax, except for legislation that would increase the rate of tax imposed pursuant to the Act or narrow the scope of any exemption under the Act.
A "No" vote would continue to require the Legislature to obtain voter approval before enacting any legislation amending or repealing any provision of the Sales and Use Tax Act of 1955.
Shall the Sales and Use Tax Act of 1955 be amended to authorize the Legislature to amend or repeal any provision of this Act only if necessary to resolve a conflict with any federal law or interstate agreement for the administration, collection, or enforcement of sales and use taxes?