Gov. Steve Sisolak has named former Nevada Supreme Court Justice Michael Douglas and former Gaming Control Board Chairman Dennis Neilander to the new Cannabis Compliance Board.
The city of Henderson is considering changing its rules regarding marijuana dispensary licenses. Currently, pot shops must offer both medical and recreational marijuana.
A Las Vegas marijuana testing lab was shut down Friday, and a public health warning has been issued for several tainted cannabis products approved by the lab.
A Sparks marijuana testing lab has been fined $70,000 for engaging in “unsound testing practices” that led to it producing inaccurate THC results, the Department of Taxation said.
The Interim Finance Committee of the Nevada Legislature on Friday approved funding for a statewide vaping and marijuana summit in the fall of 2020.
A proposed marijuana dispensary near the upscale community of Summerlin has rattled neighbors and set off a fight over the industry’s emergence into the suburbs.
When it comes to marijuana testing labs in Nevada, results may vary — wildly — according to an analysis of state data conducted by a Washington-based scientist.
For the study, published in November, the physicians reviewed sonogram data from 450 pregnant women who self-reported daily marijuana use.
A marijuana testing facility that had its license suspended this week called accusations of THC manipulation by Nevada regulators “baseless” and “appaling.”
A Las Vegas man was sentenced Thursday to five years in prison on a charge of conspiracy to manufacture and distribute marijuana in Oregon and Iowa.
Certified Ag Labs, a marijuana testing facility in Sparks, became the first lab to have its state license suspended after the state announced it was investigating cannabis labs.
The audit outlined several areas that could be improved upon to increase transparency and trust as the state moves forward in expanding the number of cannabis dispensaries.
Gov. Steve Sisolak has announced immediate action to tighten regulation of Nevada’s marijuana industry in response to federal charges that foreign nationals sought to enter the industry by buying political influence.
Investors have had no shortage of reasons lately to sour on marijuana stocks, beyond the delay in deal approvals.