Nevada Already RAN OUT OF WEED – Weekly Weird News

Full-scale cannabis legalization in Nevada hasn’t just been successful, it’s been TOO successful, and now the governor has declared a state of emergency because there isn’t enough weed to go around.

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Clark County NV needs people to serve on marijuana panel

Clark County is looking for people to serve on a marijuana panel

The “Green Ribbon Panel” will help the county shape policies regarding retail land use and licensing

It will also make recommendations to the County Commission for proposed zoning changes

Recreational marijuana became legal in Nevada on Jan. 1

Retail sales are expected to start this year.

The new panel will have 12 members

Anyone wishing to serve on the panel must complete an application by 5 p.m. Tuesday.

Applications must be submitted via email to