Following in the footsteps of Colorado, Washington and other states which have legalized recreational marijuana, Nevada is bracing for an influx of cash — cash that will have no bank to call home.
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Companies looking to cash in on Nevada’s recreational marijuana market are in a race to get up and running or risk missing out on months of legal sales.
The biggest debate during Tuesday’s pot extravaganza at the Nevada Legislature revolved around brownies and gummy bears.
Liquor wholesalers were slated to cash in on Nevada’s new legal marijuana market. But those companies seem spooked about jumping on the cannabis train.
Southern Nevada marijuana lounges could end up looking like nightclub bottle service or maybe your corner bar.
Colorado is considering an unusual strategy to protect its nascent marijuana industry from a potential federal crackdown, even at the expense of hundreds of millions of dollars in tax collections.
It’s a race between the governor’s office and the Nevada Legislature. The finish line? Seeing whose legislation can kick-start Nevada’s recreational marijuana program first.
There appears to be little appetite to shield the identities of the people who want to cash in on Nevada’s sprouting marijuana industry.
Clark County commissioners on Tuesday added two marijuana industry professionals as at-large members to the county’s new marijuana advisory panel.
Members of the news media were invited to don “marijuana goggles” and see what the road looks like to those who drive while high.
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