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Nevadans OK Recreational Pot, Gun Background ChecksNevadans have voted to legalize the recreational use of marijuana.
Ballot Could Add Legal Marijuana to Las Vegas' List of VicesNevada already has legal brothels, round-the-clock casinos and a coy catchphrase declaring that "what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas." If voters approve, the state could soon add another vice in the form of recreational marijuana.
Heidi Harris: All Laws are Based on (Someone's) MoralityHow 'issue 2' will really be impacted by the law.
Things to Know About Nevada's Legal Pot Ballot MeasureNevada joins California, Arizona, Massachusetts and Arizona as one of five states voting this November on whether to legalize recreational marijuana.
Colorado's Marijuana Success QuestionableToday on the Heidi Harris Show she brought in Jo MaGuire to discuss the issues that have come along with Colorado's legalization of recreational marijuana.
Heidi Dispels Lies for Question 2Over the weekend Heidi Harris was part of a group that discussed Question 2, the Nevada Marijuana Legalization Initiative.
NV Campaign Against Legal Pot Launches With Big-Name SupportA group is launching a formal campaign against legalizing recreational marijuana in Nevada, and is unveiling a list of heavy-hitting backers including Gov. Brian Sandoval and the Nevada casino industry's trade organization.
Retired Nevada Judge Votes No on Question 2Heidi Harris invites Judge Donald Mosley to the show to discuss his opinion on the legalization of recreational marijuana in Nevada as the voting season is quickly approaching.
Hispanics in Politics with Guest Fernando RomeroHeidi Harris invited Fernando Romero to talk about the pros and cons of legalizing recreational marijuana in Nevada.
If Liberal Massachusetts Can Fight Legal Pot, So Should Nevada Jim Hartman from Nevadans for Responsible Drug Policy explains why the Silver State should pump the brakes on marijuana legalization.
Pro-Pot Billboards Ask Nevada to Fund 'Schools Not Cartels'Recreational marijuana supporters will be taking over billboards around the Las Vegas area before Nevada voters head to the polls in November.
Sen. Reid Wouldn't Back Recreational Pot If Vote Were TodaySenate Democratic Leader Harry Reid says he's "dubious" of legalizing recreational marijuana and wouldn't support it if he had to vote today.

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