Gov. Steve Sisolak and legislative Democrats are advancing a two-pronged plan to add money to schools: First, use a 10 percent excise tax on recreational marijuana sales, and second, authorize county governments to raise the local sales tax.
Gov. Steve Sisolak signed a bill that he says “ushers in a new era of transparency that will benefit the industry and the public.”
A Q&A with cannabis production company TriGrow Systems.
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker said Saturday he’s reached an agreement with key lawmakers on a plan to legalize recreational marijuana in the state starting next year.
Marijuana lounges are now allowed in Las Vegas. But what does it mean exactly?
The Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday voted to permit lounges where people can consume marijuana, making the city the first in Nevada — and one of the few nationwide — to allow such businesses.
A bill that would make the names of marijuana business owners public in Nevada cleared the state Assembly Tuesday, and now heads to the governor’s desk where it is expected to be signed.
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.
Three-time heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson is getting into the Nevada cannabis industry.
A bipartisan Senate bill that would shield financial institutions from being penalized for providing services to cannabis-industry businesses in states that have legalized marijuana has Trump administration support needed to become law.
As legal retail cannabis prepares to turn 2 years old in the Silver State, the College of Southern Nevada is hoping it can help develop the next generation of workers for the nascent industry.
Who are the players behind Nevada’s booming legal marijuana industry that saw more than $400 million in sales in its first year? We could soon find out under a new amendment to a Senate bill approved by lawmakers Thursday.
Significantly more transparency could be coming to Nevada’s marijuana industry under a newly proposed bill amendment unveiled Tuesday.
Plans by Clark County to earmark up to $12 million in marijuana fees to address homelessness have evolved from the “housing first” approach outlined when the proposal was approved in January.