Nevada’s godfather of marijuana, state Sen. Tick Segerblom, intends to leave the Nevada Legislature to run for a vacant Clark County Commission seat.
A Carson City district judge is expected to make a ruling Tuesday in a dispute over recreational marijuana distribution in Nevada.
Though Nevadans voted to legalize recreational marijuana last fall, the law restricts using the drug in public, and police officers won’t be giving anyone a free pass to light up this weekend at the Electric Daisy Carnival.
A Carson City district court judge on Tuesday refused to dismiss a lawsuit brought by liquor distributors against the Department of Taxation over the distribution of recreational marijuana to pot dispensaries.
Days after failing twice amid a bitter tug-of-war between lawmakers, Nevada’s special sales tax on marijuana sales was revived and sent to the governor’s desk on the final day of the Legislature.
Nevada’s July 1 roll out of recreational marijuana sales could be in jeopardy after a district court judge signed an temporary restraining order.
The Nevada Attorney General’s office found that a Nevada Tax Commission meeting this month did not violate the state’s open meeting laws by excluding specific references to marijuana.
The Senate Revenue and Economic Development Committee held a short-noticed meeting on the Senate floor Tuesday to amend Senate Bill 487.
Hartman claims the meeting’s agenda violated the law because it did not reference “marijuana,” “early start” or “Question 2.”
Police responding to robberies at medical marijuana dispensaries may be able to tap into a live security camera feed.