LAS VEGAS (AP) — The Nevada Supreme Court is taking another look at its decision on a tax initiative about a Las Vegas Strip sports arena proposal.
In an order signed Tuesday, the seven justices called for more information from proponents and opponents by next week.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported on the fight over the measure that seeks to fund the arena with a nearly 1 percent sales tax increase in a three-mile zone surrounding the Strip.
Secretary of State Ross Miller asked the court on Monday for help. He says a ruling last week gave conflicting instructions.
The court ruled June 19 the Arena Initiative Committee measure backed by casino giant Caesars Entertainment Inc. needs a rewrite before it can be placed on the statewide ballot in November.
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