Senate Bill 242 would decriminalize the use and possession of psilocybin and MDMA for people 18 or over who are using the psychedelics within the scope of an approved study.
The Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday postponed a possible vote on regulations for the upcoming cannabis consumption lounges.
The Las Vegas City Council could vote as early as Wednesday on regulations for the upcoming cannabis consumption lounges.
Citing a “present threat” to health and safety, Nevada regulators on Tuesday suspended licenses for a North Las Vegas cannabis cultivation facility.
As marijuana lounges open in Nevada, entrepreneurs work out the details with few guarantees of success.
Thirty-six of the 40 provisional license holders originate from the city of Las Vegas or unincorporated Clark County, according to the Nevada Cannabis Compliance Board .
The Nevada Cannabis Compliance Board on Monday announced that it had received 100 completed applications during a 10-day window earlier this month.
A Las Vegas judge has ruled that the Nevada Board of Pharmacy can no longer regulate marijuana.
The Nevada Board of Pharmacy can no longer classify cannabis as a Schedule 1 drug, a district Judge ruled on Wednesday.
The Clark County Commission continues to iron out its regulations for marijuana consumption lounges.
The public is encouraged to weigh in as the Clark County Commission on Tuesday discusses regulations for the nascent marijuana consumption lounge industry.
County commissioner questions how Cheyenne Medical, which does business as Thrive Cannabis Marketplace, got a license without a public hearing.
State regulators levied a hefty fine on a marijuana dispensary that self-reported a regulatory violation, a decision some questioned as being overly harsh.
Officials say they want to hire more workers and seek ways to shorten times for investigating odor complaints.
Gracie Jiu Jitsu Summerlin is asking a judge to overturn Clark County’s decision to allow Zen Leaf Dispensary to move into the same strip mall.