A Las Vegas marijuana testing laboratory has been suspended, state officials confirmed to the Review-Journal this week.
Las Vegas is getting its first 24/7 pot shop.
Gov. Brian Sandoval has signed an executive order summoning the Nevada Gaming Policy Committee to address the tangled issue of recreational marijuana use and how it affects the gaming industry.
Marijuana dispensaries in unincorporated Clark County could soon be allowed to stay open as long as they want.
Clark County commissioners decided Tuesday to “pump the brakes” on marijuana consumption lounges.
Could the nation’s first legal and licensed marijuana lounge end up in Southern Nevada? The short answer? Yes, technically. The long answer? It’s complicated.
Hawaii says it aims to be the first state to have marijuana sales handled without cash, saying it wanted to avoid robberies and other crimes targeting dispensaries.
The legal saga of who can transport recreational marijuana to the state’s pot shops continues, with the Nevada Supreme Court issuing a temporary injunction prohibiting the state Department of Taxation from licensing marijuana businesses as distributors.
The state of Nevada is preparing a public information campaign to address the increasing use of marijuana by pregnant women and highlight the potential harm the drug can do to a fetus.