Clark County commissioners on Monday rejected all applicants for medical marijuana dispensaries who didn’t previously receive a special use permit from the county to set up shop.
Las Vegas leaders on Wednesday approved the Desert Aire Wellness bid to build a pot shop at 420 E. Sahara Ave. — signing off on the group some six weeks after they OK’d 27 other dispensary license applications
One of Henderson’s first medical marijuana dispensaries could be at the Galleria at Sunset mall under a proposal submitted Tuesday. Wellness Connection of Nevada decided on the new site after the city rejected its plan to open a dispensary on Sunset Road, less than a mile west of the mall.
With the threat of lawsuits looming, Las Vegas city leaders Wednesday decided Nuleaf CLV should get a chance to find a new location for the shop it proposed at 4500 West Charleston Blvd.
A growing number of Nevada veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder are choosing medical marijuana to help them heal.
The future dispensaries of Clark County’s burgeoning medical marijuana industry might not be as initially widespread as expected, and resolution of the situation might be placed in the courts’ hands.
With Nevada just months from its first legal sales of medical marijuana, there are still many questions about how the system will work, elected officials and lawyers said during a public forum Thursday night.
Nearly half of the 18 medical marijuana dispensary applications that Clark County commissioners approved have an uncertain fate, as they failed to win state support. The development has brought about frustration and unanswered questions among county officials and applicants who are now in limbo.
Las Vegas city leaders approved most of the medical marijuana dispensary applications put before them last month, but one official, Richard Truesdell, was an exception to the rule.
The state agency regulating Nevada’s medical marijuana dispensary program is notifying applicants about whether they have won provisional licensing, but the information is partially lacking for the public due to confidentiality rules.