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Question 3 is a risky and costly Constitutional Amendment on Nevada's November 2018 statewide ballot. For more information, please visit
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NO on 3 Sep 21
Question 3 would do nothing to reduce Nevada's reliance on fossil fuels.
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NO on 3 Sep 19
Chambers of Commerce representing thousands of Nevada businesses urge NO on 3.
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NO on 3 Sep 18
Question 3 is bad for Nevada consumers because it would eliminate many existing consumer protections. Get the facts:
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NO on 3 Sep 17
See why over 40 diverse Nevada groups oppose Question 3
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NO on 3 Sep 16
Question 3 would shut down plans to double clean energy production in Nevada.
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NO on 3 Sep 14
Question 3 puts Nevadans at risk by eliminating existing consumer protections.
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NO on 3 Sep 13
Question 3 does not guarantee more renewable energy. Learn about what it would actually do:
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NO on 3 Sep 11
Conservation & clean energy advocate David Bobzien opposes Question 3 because it would shut down plans for major solar power projects, and encourage increased use of electricity from out-of-state fossil fuel plants.
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NO on 3 Sep 8
Learn how Question 3 would hurt solar power in Nevada.
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NO on 3 Sep 7
Learn how Question 3 would be bad for Nevada consumers:
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NO on 3 Sep 7
In other states, electricity deregulation led to deceptive marketing scams. Learn more:
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NO on 3 Sep 6
We’re pleased to announce that the Nevada State Education Association - representing educators in every county across Nevada - has endorsed NO on Question 3. Read more:
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NO on 3 Sep 5
Higher electric rates would especially hurt those who can least afford it. Get the facts on 3.
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NO on 3 Sep 4
Question 3 would eliminate Nevada’s current consumer protections that defend Nevadans from out of control rates.
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NO on 3 Sep 3
Here’s why clean energy advocates like David Bobzien oppose Question 3.
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NO on 3 Sep 2
Nevada's average electric rates are already lower than in every deregulated state. Question 3 puts that at risk.
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NO on 3 Sep 1
Question 3 would result in many things, none of them simple. Get the facts:
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NO on 3 Aug 31
Here's how much more you could be paying for electricity under Question 3.
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NO on 3 Aug 30
Former Nevada Attorney General Frankie Sue DelPapa opposes Question 3. Get the facts:
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NO on 3 Aug 29
Question 3 threatens Nevada's clean energy future. Get the facts.
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