First, a few perhaps disillusioning basics. No, new employees don't get to sample in their training sessions the stuff they'll be selling.
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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.
Inyo Fine Cannabis, which opens Thursday, becomes the second marijuana dispensary in Clark County. And like other businesses in Nevada's emerging legal pot industry, it has built in several layers of security to deter robberies and break-ins.
Clark County's only medical marijuana dispensary was forced to close its doors for nearly a week after it ran out of supplies due to widespread failures in the safety tests performed on growers' crops.
The Henderson City Council approved a medical marijuana dispensary Tuesday night that plans to open on Eastern Avenue, south of the 215 Beltway.
In a state where selling pot could once net you life in prison, Clark County's top law enforcement officer told a room full of marijuana business owners Thursday that he wants to work with them.
After two days of being open to invited customers, Clark County's first legal medical marijuana dispensary held its public opening Wednesday. Euphoria Wellness hoped to start sales months ago at its shop in the southwest Las Vegas Valley, but disputes with the county helped delay the opening. Anyone with a state-issued medical marijuana card can now purchase up to half an ounce, a limit that Euphoria says will be relaxed as supplies increase.
Tuesday was another typical August day in Southern Nevada. Today will bring more of the same. Tomorrow as well. And that's big news considering Clark County's first marijuana dispensary opened for business Monday
The first legal medical marijuana dispensary in Clark County opened Monday morning and made its first sales to invited customers.
Clark County's first legal medical marijuana dispensary plans to open Monday after months of delays.
A 42-year-old Las Vegas man with a history of migraine headaches has filed a class-action lawsuit against the state of Nevada over the fees it charges for medical marijuana registration cards.
For more than a year, Sheila Gerstenzang has carried the card in her wallet: "Medical Marijuana Patient."
Medical marijuana dispensaries are still months away from opening in Southern Nevada and local government officials are already trying to get licenses for more of the expected big-money makers.
Dozens of people waiting in line cheered Friday when Nevada's first medical marijuana dispensary opened in Sparks, 15 years after voters approved medicinal pot.
As it considers suing Clark County over its delayed opening, a medical marijuana dispensary is seeking internal emails that could shed light on the county's treatment of it and other businesses.
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