Nevada is on track to become the 13th state with legal medical marijuana dispensaries.
After 13 years of waiting, medical marijuana patients in Nevada will soon have a legal way to obtain the drug without growing it themselves.
A medical marijuana dispensary bill is in limbo over its potential cost.
The 2013 Legislature ended its regular session by passing a number of key bills in one day, including five measures to fund the state budget for the next two years.
A bill to create state-run medical marijuana dispensaries has cleared the Senate by a 17-to-4 vote.
Authorizing medical marijuana dispensaries in Nevada has cleared a key Senate committee.
The Senate Judiciary Committee has approved a plan that would set up dozens of pot dispensaries around the state.
Thirteen years after Nevada voters legalized medicinal marijuana in the state constitution, they may finally get access to the drug.
The American Civil Liberties Union is challenging Nevada’s medical marijuana law, saying although medical pot is legal, it is not obtainable.
A state Senator thinks Nevada should be able to run a medical marijuana center, especially if a conservative place like Arizona can.