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The vote on a  new Nevada business tax to support education is still more than a year away, but camps are already launching campaigns to sway voters.

The 2013 Legislature chose not to act on the bill for this margins tax, so now it goes before Nevadans who vote in the general election in November 2014. 

Sometimes called a teacher tax, it would be paid by Nevada businesses that gross more than $1 million a year. The money raised would be dedicated for education programs in Nevada, from kindergarten through 12th grade.

 

GUESTS:

Lynn Warne, President, Nevada State Education Association

Bryan Wachter, Director of Government Affairs, Retail Association of Nevada

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