Las Vegas marijuana dispensaries gear up for extra business

Medical marijuana dispensaries in Las Vegas are now selling pot to anyone who can prove they are over the age of 21. The measure to legalize marijuana was approved by Nevada voters last November, and now for the first time, a torrent of Fourth of July tourists will be able to enjoy them – with some restrictions. Jamie Yuccas reports.

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11 thoughts on “Las Vegas marijuana dispensaries gear up for extra business”

  1. pot & gambling "bad idea in neon lights , yea I know just what you mean" but FREE LIQUOR IS OKAY!? GOOD IN NEON LIGHTS !? facepalm. I don't think smoking on the gambling floor would increase security risk or disturbance via loud noise or abrasive language. which are 100% plausible for an individual whose had to much to drink . #smokesomeweedbitch

  2. Take a stance against present state or country recreational marijuana legalization because it continually helps criminal organizations by getting them access to an another supply of recreational marijuana. For example, a lot of criminal organizations caught taking advantage of recreational marijuana legalization by orchestrating and operating recreational marijuana and cultivations operations allowed under Amendment 64 according to (The Legalization of Marijuana in Colorado The Impact Volume 4: Page 115). This example out of many more proves recreational marijuana legalization continually helps criminal organizations which increases criminal activity.

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