A dispute over how much marijuana a home grower can sell to a dispensary is causing yet another delay in the opening of Nevada’s first legal medical marijuana shops.
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Delaware Gov. Jack Markell has signed into law a bill decriminalizing possession and private use of small amounts of marijuana, following the lead of nearly 20 states that have eased penalties for personal consumption.
On Monday, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled it was OK for a company to fire a customer service representative, even though what the worker was doing on his own time was perfectly legal under Colorado law.
Plans for a medical marijuana dispensary near the Galleria at Sunset mall in Henderson have been scrapped after the company behind it failed to get proper approvals.
Promoters of an upcoming medical marijuana industry job fair believe they can avoid the notoriety generated by a recent gathering sponsored by another outfit. They’re leaving the marijuana at home.
Henderson is set to approve two more medical marijuana dispensaries this month, one of which nixed its first potential site after neighborhood opposition.
A 65-year-old Las Vegas man who grew medical pot in his backyard was acquitted of two felony marijuana charges Friday.
If Steven Ficano had anywhere near the amount of pot allowed by his medical marijuana card, police would have simply confiscated the drug and let him off with a stern warning, a Las Vegas detective testified Wednesday.
A 65-year-old man is scheduled for trial this week, accused of planning to sell marijuana, just as the state’s first medical pot shop plans to open its doors.
Las Vegas police and federal agents arrested 10 people and seized drugs over the weekend at Hempcon, a marijuana education convention at the Cashman Center.
A Las Vegas bank that had planned to offer accounts to medical marijuana businesses has backed off, citing the astronomical cost of complying with federal regulations.
With the state still hashing out rules for testing medical marijuana, dispensaries and laboratories that were expected to open months ago — and their patients — have been in limbo.
A Utah state senator has invoked the legacy of his Mormon prophet grandfather in a video in which he describes almost overdosing on prescription opiates and vows to reintroduce a medical marijuana bill that was narrowly defeated this year.
Guy Bertuzzi’s new monthly magazine, Elevate, covers cannabis and marijuana as medicine, not as an enjoyable vice. The first cover story is about local chef Kerry Simon’s use of the drug to fight multiple system atrophy, a degenerative disease.
Advocates for legalizing marijuana launched a petition campaign in Phoenix on Friday seeking a ballot measure that could make Arizona the fifth U.S. state to allow small amounts of pot for recreational use.
After a year and $1.4 million spent getting ready, one of the labs that will have to test all the marijuana sold in Nevada is almost open for business.
A proposal to allow Nevada pet owners to administer marijuana to sick animals with veterinarians’ permission has died after its sponsor said it became “a distraction.”
Nevadans might not be able to buy marijuana in legal dispensaries until summer — or later — as a legal tangle continues over pesticide rules.
The opening of Nevada’s first medical marijuana dispensaries suffered another setback Wednesday — though perhaps a short one — when a state committee delayed adoption of pesticide rules.
The alleged operator of the service, Christopher McDermott, 36, on Wednesday was charged in a federal complaint with conspiracy to distribute marijuana.
After being sued by MGM, a marijuana company has agreed to stop calling itself “M’Life,” a name almost identical to that of MGM’s member rewards program.
Nevada regulators Monday gave final licensing approval for the state’s first medical marijuana cultivation facility north of Reno.
For parents in places where marijuana is legal, a major concern is how the legalization will affect their school-age children.
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