The Cannabis Compliance Board voted unanimously to suspend the license for Green Cross of America, Inc. during an emergency meeting held Thursday night.
The county Commission on Tuesday unanimously agreed to allocate any marijuana business licensing revenue over $12 million each year to social programs.
Immunize Nevada and Jardi Jardín Premium Cannabis Dispensary are partnering to launch “Jabs For Joints,” a one day pop-up vaccination site at the dispensary’s storefront on Friday.
Some four years after Nevada saw its first legal marijuana sales, locals and tourists alike will soon be able to consume it in legal cannabis lounges.
A bill that would legalize lounges for the public use of marijuana is also aimed at giving an economic boost to people disadvantaged by the war on drugs, its sponsor says.
Cannabis dispensaries in Las Vegas will now be allowed to operate drive-thru windows, a move that follows other jurisdictions in Southern Nevada.
After years of debate and legislative failure, Nevada soon could legalize marijuana lounges, providing tourists and locals alike a place to use the drug outside of private residences.
People of color make up nearly half of the Nevada marijuana industry workforce, but the executive-level positions for cannabis companies skew significantly whiter, according to a new survey.
A marijuana testing lab was intentionally passing tainted cannabis products that should have failed and inflating THC results for clients, state regulators said in a new complaint Tuesday.
Legal sales of recreational marijuana in Arizona started on Friday, a once-unthinkable step in the former conservative stronghold that joins 14 other states that have broadly legalized pot.
Changes in law have had a big effect on the hemp-growing industry in Nevada, which after a strong start in 2019 is now struggling with its future.
Three Nevada marijuana companies that were facing possible revocation will keep their licenses after agreeing to settlements with state regulators.
The Clark County Commission agreed on Tuesday to provide the funds to three organizations, with each expected to help pay for 30 beds.
Cannabis Compliance Board investigators found six employees working without required licenses at Nevada Medical Group.