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WATCH: Dan Bilzerian Instagram Video During Las Vegas Shooting | CaCao TV

CaCao TV Dan Bilzerian pictured with his girlfriend in Vegas in November 2016.

Instagram star and professional poker player Dan Bilzerian complained, “Stupid ass me didn’t bring a gun,” as he ran from Stephen Paddock’s gunfire in Las Vegas.

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Police investigating murder-suicide in northwest Las Vegas

Police say a man killed his wife before killing himself on Sunday night near Alexander Road and Hualapai Way. Breaking news.


Weed Has Been Legal In Nevada For A Week And It’s Already Running Out

Weed Has Been Legal In Nevada For A Week And It’s Already Running Out
Weed enthusiasts in Nevada have wasted no time this week getting their hands (and bongs) on some of the state’s recently legalized marijuana.

The sale of recreational marijuana has been legal in the state since last Sunday night, making it the fifth state to legalize the drug for recreational purposes. But there’s already a fear that rations are running low.

Al Fasano of ReLeaf, a medical dispensary in Las Vegas, told CNN Money he saw seven or eight times more business than usual this weekend, with many customers being tourists from out of state. Medical marijuana has been legal in the state since 2001, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

“The line is out the door and the line just doesn’t stop,” Fasano said. “People are there when we open [at 10 a.m.] and they’re there when we close [at midnight].”

The Reno Gazette-Journal noted that the state made an estimated $1 million from taxes between Saturday and Tuesday, and dispensaries as much as $3 million.

But there’s still not enough product to go around. Part of the problem — besides excited potheads — is the lack of distributors available, USA Today reports.

Marijuana shortages can happen immediately after legalization because of strict state regulations. In Nevada, there aren’t enough suppliers licensed to transport recreational marijuana to meet the demand of the dispensaries. The Nevada Tax Commission is voting on an emergency regulation Thursday that would allow the Department of Taxation to consider a larger pool of applicants for distribution licenses.

And if they just can’t wait for the kinks in the legalization process to get ironed out, the people of Nevada could take a trip to Colorado, Washington, Oregon and Alaska — the four other states that have legalized the substance.

But we’re hoping Nevada figures out its pot problem soon and its residents won’t have to worry about sharing their stash.


Part 2 of 3: Las Vegas Police Brutality

On May 28, 2017, All Shades United, an activist group, protested the killing of Tashii Brown-Farmer at the Venetian Resort Hotel Casino; the group blocked traffic on the Las Vegas Strip. In this video, the second part of a three-part series on the killing, Marquis Ealy sits down with Stretch Sanders, the President of All Shades United, to discuss the news coverage of the protest and some of the events that happened that day.

Off Camera, before the beginning of their discussion, Sanders and Ealy watched two videos. The first one they watched is the news coverage of the event—which might as well had been put together by the public relations department for the LVMPD. That video is here: The video that shows what really happened is a Facebook live video in which Marquis Ealy covered the protest. It an be found at this link The ill-framed conversation with the police officer can be found at 6:55.








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Legal pot sales begin in Nevada

Legal pot sales begin in Nevada

They lined up by the hundreds hoping to be part of Sin City history.
Under the bright lights of the Strip, fireworks shot off the roof of Reef Dispensaries in celebration as strobe lights lit up the night sky. Giant speakers roared with reggae beats. Limousines and party buses — several lined with green light-emitting diode lights — ushered tourists and locals to the revelry outside Reef Dispensaries, a marijuana shop a few steps behind the Fashion Show Mall, where the sea of customers stretched down and around the 165,000-square-foot building.


Examining Nevada’s New Marijuana Law | NBC Nightly News

Starting July 1, people who are 21 years old and older will be able to legally possess an ounce of marijuana in Nevada.
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