Plaintiffs, including Douglas County and various corporate parties, challenged a voter initiative which limited the number of new dwelling units that could be constructed annually in the county. Plaintiffs alleged that the voter initiative violated the county’s master development plan, that the voter initiative was an unconstitutional taking in violation of the Nevada constitution, and that adopting the voter initiative would violate specific state constitutional and statutory provisions. The Nevada Supreme Court found the SGI sufficiently legal to survive summary judgment on each of plaintiffs’ claims.
Hubbard, Gregory A., "Summary of Sustainable Growth v. Jumpers, 122 Nev. Adv. Op. 7" (2006). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 553.