After two weeks of watching inventory dwindle, pot shops in Nevada will soon be able to restock their shelves.
With recreational marijuana quickly leaving the shelves of Nevada dispensaries, Gov. Brian Sandoval on Friday signed emergency regulations that could keep sales going strong beyond the first week.
Firefighters blamed static electricity for a small fire Wednesday night at a marijuana shop near the Strip.
Two Tour University medical students turned a class project into a new Nevada law for testing people for marijuana impairment.
Big crowds greeted the beginning of legal recreational marijuana sales in Las Vegas and around Nevada on Saturday morning.
Dispensaries around the Las Vegas Valley were waiting for final pot shipments to arrive Friday, altering packaging to adhere to legal standards and tightening security before recreational users line up to purchase weed.
Nevada’s medical marijuana dispensaries have stockpiled one to two months worth of pot sales, Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak said at a press conference Thursday, in preparation for the start of legal recreational sales Saturday at midnight.
From pipe dream to reality in less than eight months, legal recreational marijuana sales kick off Saturday.
Recreational marijuana will soon be legal in Nevada, but travelers might not be able to light up at the airport.
A legal challenge by alcohol distributors over who could transport recreational marijuana between cultivation facilities and dispensaries looked as though it might push back the state’s goal of rolling out marijuana sales on July 1.