A Las Vegas judge on Thursday rebuked the state’s process of deciding who should open up new marijuana dispensaries.
Move over sagebrush, Nevada may have a new state flower. Recreational marijuana sales topped $41 million in March, the largest since legal sales began statewide in July.
After being in the works for nearly two years, a state-of-the-art marijuana factory in northern Nevada’s high desert is up and running.
An unlikely pair of elected officials teamed up Monday to make a public call to funnel more marijuana tax monies to education in Nevada.
Stores across the state sold roughly $32.8 million worth of marijuana for the month, down from December’s $35.8 million in sales, according to statistics published by the state this week.
Nevadans with past misdemeanor pot convictions can have their records sealed away, but the Clark County district attorney isn’t ready to wave a magic wand to make it happen.
“All I really know is being in prison, and that’s pretty normal for me now,” said Williams, who has served nearly 18 years in the Nevada prison system after killing six teenagers working on a roadside cleanup crew in a 2000 car crash.
Nevada has brought in more than $30 million in tax revenue from marijuana in its first six months of legal recreational sales, according to the revenue numbers released Friday by the Nevada Department of Taxation.
Elko County might be landing its first medical marijuana dispensary in West Wendover.
Elko’s Planning Commission has rejected a proposal that would ban the sale of marijuana in the city by a zoning amendment.