Dina Titus wants to end Pink Tax on feminine hygiene products



Currently, Nevada law exempts the taxation of products like soda and candy under the category of necessities but taxes feminine hygiene products like tampons at 8.15 percent.

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Medical marijuana portal back online after breach



In December, the Nevada State Medical Marijuana Program became aware that application information about individuals with medical marijuana agent cards, such as employees and owners of medical marijuana establishments, had been disclosed.

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Surveillance photos released of medical marijuana dispensary robbery suspect



Also in the business at the time of the robbery there was a witness who left before the police arrived. Detectives are trying to identify this man who may be able to assist with the investigation.

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Gov. Sandoval delivers State of State address Tuesday



Gov. Brian Sandoval is proposing a 10 percent excise tax on the retail sale of recreational marijuana in Nevada to help finance about a 10 percent increase in the state budget over the next two years.

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Question 2 Would Bolster Nevada Economy



In July 2016, the YES on Question 2 campaign released an Economic and Fiscal Benefits Analysis prepared by Las Vegas-based RCG Economics in conjunction with the Marijuana Policy Group (MPG). The 88-page report – available at http://bit.ly/2byiEu9 – provides detailed sales, tax, employment, and total economic activity projections for Nevada from the passage of Question 2 and the establishment of a regulated, adult-use marijuana industry.

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