Elko’s Planning Commission has rejected a proposal that would ban the sale of marijuana in the city by a zoning amendment.
Nevada’s recreational marijuana continued its strong start through the third full month of sales, data released Monday by the Nevada Department of Taxation show.
More and more states have dipped their toes into legal marijuana, but don’t expect lawmakers in Washington D.C. to make progress on the issue anytime soon.
The Nevada Department of Taxation announced Thursday that it will open up applications for marijuana cultivation and production licenses in many of state’s rural counties.
Nevada dispensaries sold more than $33 million in recreational marijuana and the state pulled in nearly $5 million in total taxes in August, according to numbers released by the Nevada Department of Taxation Monday.
In oral arguments Tuesday before the high court, representatives from the Nevada Department of Taxation and IADON continued their monthslong dispute over who should be allowed to distribute marijuana and restock pot shops in the Silver State.
The state of Nevada is preparing a public information campaign to address the increasing use of marijuana by pregnant women and highlight the potential harm the drug can do to a fetus.
An opinion from the Legislative Council Bureau released Monday said no state law prohibits local governments from permitting for marijuana consumption in businesses.
The Nevada Tax Commission on Tuesday dealt another blow to liquor distributors hoping to hold a monopoly on distributing retail marijuana throughout the state.
Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky dislikes the state’s setup to distribute revenue from marijuana taxes and fees, because the money raised in Southern Nevada doesn’t necessarily stay in Southern Nevada.