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Door opens for public marijuana smoking lounges

A legal opinion from Nevada’s Legislative Counsel Bureau opens the door for local governments to possibly issue permits allowing for smoking pot in designated public places.


How Liquor Companies Screwed Up Pot Legalization in Nevada

The state granted alcohol special interests an 18-month distribution monopoly. Now dispensaries are running out of weed.

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And thanks to capitalism, progress in the 20th century will pale in comparison to what’s coming in the 21st. “In 2117,” he says, “we’ll be infinitely better off.”

Forbes sat down with Reason’s Nick Gillespie at Freedom Fest in Las Vegas to discuss the legacy and future of the magazine, his assessment of President Trump, and where the legislative agenda for Republicans is falling short.

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I’m Betting That I Won’t Be Betting In Las Vegas Anytime Soon

Attorney General Sessions questions the ability of Washington and Colorado to abide by the Cole Memo; Are cannabis churches helping or hurting the legalization movement?; Legalization is the only cure for the Pharma Bro paradigm of health care.

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Good to Know Nevada marijuana campaign addresses child safety

In addition to child safety measures, the site includes information on what is legal versus illegal, edible safety, where to legally purchase and other resources.


Jeff Sessions is losing the war on weed in Nevada

Jeff Sessions is losing the war on weed in Nevada.
Thousands lined up to purchase recreational marijuana legally at 12:01 a.m. on July 1. At Euphoria Wellness, with a location in southwest Las Vegas, a crowd of 400 to 500 people were lined up at midnight. Other locations had just as many.

Among the first to purchase was state senator Tick Segerblom, who has a strain of weed named after him: “Segerblom Haze.” The senator tweeted that he believed the state would rake in a million dollars in tax money this first weekend. Judging from the lines out the doors at dispensaries in just my neighborhood, I don’t doubt his projection.

Even with it being a scorching 107 degrees this afternoon, Las Vegans were waiting patiently in the sun to go up in smoke.

The Las Vegas Sun reports, “Destiny Diaz stood in line for nearly three hours at the Jardin Premium Cannabis dispensary in central Las Vegas to celebrate what some were calling the end of marijuana prohibition in Nevada.” 

“A local resident for 35 years, [Steve] Evans, 54, said he arrived just before 7:30 p.m. and that the nearly five-hour wait Friday night was the longest he had been away from his home in over eight years.

“‘I want an ounce of Gorilla Glue 4, and then I’m going home to sink into the sofa and be with my wife,’ Evans said, referring to one of the dispensary’s best-selling marijuana flower strains. ‘Pretty simple.’”

It turns out the reality of supply, demand and the tax man bites for medical users. “Paul Pastwa, a medical marijuana cardholder who said he shops at Jardin twice a week, complained that a half-ounce of marijuana flower climbed from $60 to over $100 for medical buyers since he last shopped at the dispensary,” writes Chris Kudailis. “We understood that recreational buyers would have to pay more, but not medical,” Pastwa said. “My price has doubled overnight.” 

Adam Denmark Cohen, Jardin’s owner, “said he was forced to raise prices because of a state-mandated increase in marijuana wholesale distribution taxes for shipment of items from cultivation and production facilities to dispensaries.”

The Sun reports that Essence Cannabis Dispensary saw 1,200 customers at its two locations early this morning. Local laws allowed dispensaries to be open from midnight to 3 a.m., but then had to close until 6 a.m. As an aside, Sun newspaper CEO Brian Greenspan owns a portion of Essence. Marijuana licenses went to the politically connected, not necessarily to those with expertise in the business.


Price hike in marijuana causing some medical patients to buy cannabis on Nevada streets instead

According to Emily Wilson, some medical patients across the valley can’t afford the price gouge and are turning to the streets for cheaper prices.