Marijuana businesses have turned to delivery services to continue to do business during the shutdown imposed to deal with the coronavirus crisis.
A Sparks marijuana testing lab has been fined $70,000 for engaging in “unsound testing practices” that led to it producing inaccurate THC results, the Department of Taxation said.
The audit outlined several areas that could be improved upon to increase transparency and trust as the state moves forward in expanding the number of cannabis dispensaries.
The Nevada Department of Taxation on Monday issued a health notice after batches of marijuana sold from four Las Vegas dispensaries were found to have fungus, bacteria and high levels of mold and yeast.
The Nevada Department of Taxation is warning marijuana customers about certain batches of marijuana that tested positive for high levels of yeast and mold.
A judge in Las Vegas is set to decide whether Nevada should reverse course on issuing marijuana business licenses.
An amendment to a bill to regulate the marijuana industry now outlaws marijuana lounges in Nevada and even prohibits local governments from allowing them.
Gov. Steve Sisolak and legislative Democrats are advancing a two-pronged plan to add money to schools: First, use a 10 percent excise tax on recreational marijuana sales, and second, authorize county governments to raise the local sales tax.
A bill that would make the names of marijuana business owners public in Nevada cleared the state Assembly Tuesday, and now heads to the governor’s desk where it is expected to be signed.
The regulator shut the company’s North Las Vegas and downtown dispensaries Friday evening through May 2 after it suspended CWNevada’s registration and license.