Appellants appealed a district court order that allowed the Las Vegas City Council to withhold two measures from a ballot. Appellants said the City Council did not have the authority to withhold the measures because of substantive concerns. Appellants also argued that the measures complied with Nevada statutes governing the content of ballot initiatives.
Olson, Cristina, "Summary of Las Vegas Taxpayer Accountability Comm. v. City Council, 125 Nev. Adv. Op. 17" (2009). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 372.