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.
Last week, the Henderson City Council heard the introduction of an ordinance that, if adopted, would allow the delivery of recreational marijuana.
Two marijuana businesses could lose their licenses and be barred from the industry, one for up to 10 years, under the latest round of complaints.
A Las Vegas judge on Thursday rebuked the state’s process of deciding who should open up new marijuana dispensaries.
County commissioners voted unanimously Wednesday to allow marijuana dispensaries to operate drive-thru windows in unincorporated Clark County.
An agreement to transfer marijuana dispensary licenses awarded almost two years ago was conditionally approved Friday by the Nevada Tax Commission, two weeks into a trial over how the multimillion-dollar licenses were initially doled out.
Nevada’s newly minted Cannabis Compliance Board voted Tuesday to strip more than a dozen licenses from one of the state’s largest marijuana companies, which has been plagued by accusations of fraud, unpaid taxes and more.
Some of Nevada’s most high-profile attorneys launched into opening statements Friday during a trial over marijuana dispensary licenses that could take months or come to an screeching halt within days.
The governor is asking a state board to pardon all Nevadans who had been previously convicted of low-level marijuana possession crimes.
Marijuana businesses have turned to delivery services to continue to do business during the shutdown imposed to deal with the coronavirus crisis.
The National Cannabis Risk Management Association has postponed its NCRMA 2020 convention, scheduled to be held March 22-24 at Bally’s, due to coronavirus concerns.
State officials issued a health advisory late Friday urging people to avoid 20 more tainted marijuana products sold at locations across the state in a continuation of a probe of a Las Vegas marijuana testing lab.