With just 38 days until Election Day, supporters and opponents gathered to debate the burning question: Should Nevadans legalize recreational marijuana? The measure, Question 2 on the Nov. 8 ballot, would legalize the possession of up to 1 ounce of marijuana and allow for the sale of the drug to adults 21 and over.
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From California, with its counterculture heritage, to the fishing ports and mill towns of Maine, millions of Americans in nine states have a chance to vote Nov. 8 on expanding legal access to marijuana.
Some predictions made during the campaign by legalization supporters have proven true but Colorado’s first-in-the-nation dive into a legal pot market also has come with unanticipated problems and failed predictions.
Kenny Guinn Center for Policy Priorities will give a presentation Wednesday on Ballot Question 2
Supporters and opponents of legalizing marijuana will debate the pros and cons of Question 2 during a Sept. 30 roundtable discussion that will air on Vegas PBS, Channel 10.
Several attorneys commenting on proposed guidance from the State Bar of Nevada regarding professional activities related to the medical marijuana industry told the Nevada Supreme Court the advice was unnecessary.
A federal government ban on the sale of guns to medical marijuana card holders does not violate the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, a federal appeals court said Wednesday.
Supporters of recreational marijuana expected a massive and well-funded fight from those who want to keep the drug illegal in Nevada, but with less than three months until Election Day, Nevadans have heard little from anti-pot groups.
State Attorney General Adam Laxalt and other law enforcement leaders declared their opposition Thursday to a Nevada ballot measure that would legalize recreational marijuana.
After launching a series of television and digital ads, supporters of recreational marijuana are now taking their message above the streets of Las Vegas.
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