Colorado’s tourists would be able to buy as much marijuana as residents, if a bill moving through the state Legislature passes.
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As the valley’s first medical marijuana dispensaries have set up shop over the past few months, with more on the way, they’re now lighting up “four twenty” — a day of the year, which is known to both smokers and nonsmokers of marijuana as a time to celebrate cannabis culture.
Officers with the Metropolitan Police Department found several marijuana plants inside a west valley home after serving a search warrant Tuesday night.
Euphoria Wellness, a medical marijuana dispensary in Las Vegas, announced it has launched a new cannabis strain named “Segerblom Haze.”
A group pushing a November ballot measure to legalize the recreational use of small amounts of marijuana in Nevada is getting a campaign to win voter support underway.
A $1 billion electric car plant and a futuristic transportation test track are among developments North Las Vegas hopes willpay off and diversify its economy. There’s another, greener, economic development that officials hope will fatten the city’s wallet.
Lack of clarity in Nevada’s medical marijuana law opens the door for litigation over employer requirements to accommodate workers who use medicinal marijuana, lawyers told a state advisory panel Wednesday.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday threw out a lawsuit filed by the states of Nebraska and Oklahoma against their neighbor Colorado over a law approved as a ballot initiative by Colorado voters in 2012 that allows the recreational use of marijuana.
Marijuana’s useful cousin hemp could soon be sprouting on test plots in Nevada after a legislative subcommittee gave final approval Thursday to regulations overseeing the pilot project.
The Las Vegas Paiute Tribe is primed to open the state’s first medical marijuana facility on Native American lands.
Dave Kallas spent over two decades busting drug dealers on the streets of Las Vegas. On Saturday, he became a dealer himself — a legal one — when his medical marijuana dispensary The Apothecarium, 7885 W. Sahara Ave., officially opened for business.
Some brick-and-mortar medical marijuana dispensaries have begun delivery services to homes, but not to hotels, and not to tourists.
Nevada's medical marijuana registration program is constitutional, a Clark County judge has ruled.
First, a few perhaps disillusioning basics. No, new employees don't get to sample in their training sessions the stuff they'll be selling.
Leave the black lights and Jim Morrison posters in the attic. The methodically cultivated marijuana grown at Nevada Organic Remedies is not your father's weed.
It was February 2001, the Las Vegas Outlaws vs. the Memphis Maniax, the XFL on UPN. Surely you remember the XFL.
Nevada's medical marijuana industry has barely gotten off the ground. But already, people on both sides are quietly preparing for a public fight over what would be an even bigger revolution.
Black Dog LED's grow light stood out like a beaming purple beacon. It was bright, it was unusual, and company founder Cory Drew said it worked on many levels.
Walking into Evergreen Organix's 33,000-square-foot warehouse just west of the Strip feels like something out of a sci-fi movie.
A former Las Vegas woman claims she and a guest were falsely imprisoned in 2013 after police searched her home and illegally confiscated her supply of medical marijuana.
Who is the typical user of medical marijuana in Nevada? There isn't one.
If you are a tourist, and you brought your driver's license and medical marijuana card (or your California doctor's recommendation), then you are moments from a Vegas dispensary that will legally sell you your medicine.
Medical marijuana dispensaries and growers are pushing the state to change regulations in a way that could sharply lower the costs of lab safety testing.
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