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Election 2018 | Energy | Indy Explainers

Indy Video: Explaining Question 3, the Energy Choice Initiative

Reid Gardner Generating Station is removed from the electric grid on Thursday, March 16, 2017. (Jeff Scheid/The Nevada Independent)

No 2018 ballot question has elicited more questions — or attracted more campaign money spent to influence public opinion — than Question 3, the Energy Choice Initiative.

If approved, the proposed constitutional amendment would require Nevada lawmakers to create and adopt a competitive retail electric market by 2023, leaving the current regulated monopoly model in the dustbin of history.

Energy policy is a complex topic, and the millions of dollars spent on slickly produced ads on either side of the ballot measure often do little to illuminate what the initiative would actually do or mean for the average Nevadan.

We’re here to help. Check out The Nevada Independent’s short explainer of all you need to know about Question 3 and potential changes to Nevada’s electric market.

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