Las Vegas’ largest gaming employers may not follow Caesars Entertainment Corp.’s lead of no longer screening job applicants for marijuana use.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. no longer screens prospective workers for marijuana use as a condition of employment.
Nevada Assembly Speaker Jason Frierson unveiled an education plan that would levy an extra 10 percent sales tax on recreational marijuana for public schools.
Violators of county codes could be fined hundreds of dollars on the spot if the Clark County Commission approves a new law Tuesday.
Colorado teachers are protesting this week for higher salaries and increased money for schools, prompting questions about why the state’s booming marijuana sales have not fixed the funding problems.
A united Clark County School Board called for the Nevada Legislature to take action on education funding in the midst of teacher walkouts and protests nationwide.
Less than a year into legal recreational sales, marijuana dispensaries continue to diversify and find their niche
Nevada stores raked in $35.35 million in recreational pot sales during February, marking the third highest monthly sales total since recreational marijuana became legal to sell last July.
The state teachers union on Friday launched a new digital ad painting Democratic gubernatorial candidate Steve Sisolak as the “most conservative Democrat” in the race.
The top Senate Democrat says he now supports making pot legal under federal law.