A Las Vegas marijuana testing lab was shut down Friday, and a public health warning has been issued for several tainted cannabis products approved by the lab.
The boy was admitted in critical condition on Sept. 18 after a parent brought him to a local emergency room in “physical distress.”
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.
The recreational marijuana industry has accounted for 17 percent of the state’s taxable sales base this year, according to the department.
A museum centered around cannabis and featuring a 360-degree theater will open in July in downtown Las Vegas.
An unlikely pair of elected officials teamed up Monday to make a public call to funnel more marijuana tax monies to education in Nevada.
Shimon Abta is waiting for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to decide whether to grant him re-entry to the U.S. after the government deemed him a drug trafficker for his work in the medical marijuana industry.
G3 Labs, a Las Vegas marijuana testing facility, has been reinstated after five months of suspension, the Nevada Department of Taxation said Friday.
The announcement reignited fears that Sessions — a staunch opponent of legalization — would try to shut down the industry, but marijuana businesses and states have changed nothing.
One Las Vegas marijuana company may have found the perfect way to tap into the community’s giving nature.