Rosen Co-Sponsors Bill To Prohibit Individual Pot ProsecutionH.R. 975 is a bipartisan bill that would prohibit federal prosecution of individuals for marijuana possession so long as they follow their state's respective marijuana laws.
Nevada Braces For Possible Federal Marijuana CrackdownAttorney General Jeff Sessions is rescinding the Obama-era policy of federal non-interference with states such as Nevada, California, Colorado and others where voters have opted to legalize marijuana use and sales.
Nevada Lawmakers Weigh In On Decision To Nix Pot LawsReaction from at least three lawmakers, including Nevada governor, on Attorney General Jeff Sessions decision to rescind state marijuana laws.
Natural Hazard? Study Says Farming Marijuana Hurting EnvironmentResearchers from Ithaca College say that the growing number of small pot farms being planted in remote forest areas are having a major impact on the local environment.
More Money Coming To Prosecute Impaired Driving CasesNevada has received a grant to fun a Traffic Safety Resources Prosecutor position to improve Nevada's prosecution process of impaired driving cases.
Massive Illegal Pot Grow Operation Gets Vegas Man Jail TimeLas Vegas police said it found more than 500 marijuana plants at two separate houses the man owned.
65 Pounds Of Marijuana Hidden Inside Couple's Amazon OrderThe shipment of drugs was reportedly delivered to the couple's Orlando home this summer after they had ordered four large storage bins through the online shopping giant.
Police: Man Arrested For Illegal Pot Shop Sales In VegasVegas police along with Clark County and state investigators went to the shop north of the Las Vegas Strip on September 19, and arrested 36-year-old Clayton Bernard on a felony for illegal sales.
Panel To Address Gambling And Pot Industry Interactions In NevadaGovernor Sandoval on Wednesday issued an executive order summoning the Nevada Gaming Policy Committee, which includes gambling regulators, casino representatives and others.
Las Vegas Officials Waiting For Denver To Act On Pot LoungesClark County officials on Tuesday decided they will wait for Denver to act before continuing discussions. Denver allowed businesses to submit applications to open marijuana clubs in late August, but it hasn't received any so far.
Campaign Urges Women Not To Use Pot While PregnantA federal study last year found that marijuana use by pregnant women in the U.S. increased from 2.4 percent in 2002 to 3.9 percent in 2014.
Henderson Gives Green Thumb For Recreational Pot BusinessThe Henderson City Council voted Tuesday to establish retail marijuana regulations and licenses. Sales could begin as soon as October.