Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt is asking the state's Supreme Court to delay hearings on a case involving education savings accounts.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports Laxalt's office made the motion today in court, asking for hearings to be postponed until late July.
Originally, hearings were set to begin on July 8.
That was to ensure a ruling on the case would come about before the start of the new academic year in the fall.
But the state said its outside counsel, former U.S. Solicitor General Paul Clement, would be out of the country on that date.
Instead, the state proposed to move hearings until later in July.
Those fighting the education savings accounts' legality in court did not oppose the motion.