Talk of US Pot Crackdown in Nevada Draws Partisan ReactionsNevada Democrats expressed outrage while Republicans took a wait-and-see approach Thursday after U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions called for federal prosecutors to decide whether to pursue marijuana cases in their districts.
Nevada Pulls in Nearly $5M in Taxes From August Pot SalesThe Nevada Department of Taxation says the state hauled in nearly $5 million in total tax revenue from recreational marijuana sales in August.
Nevada's First Month Pot Sales Smoke Other StatesThe first month of legal sales of recreational marijuana in Nevada significantly outpaced the opening month of sales in other states where it's legal for adult use.
Judge Halts Nevada Marijuana Regulators' Licensing MoveFor now, Nevada marijuana regulators won't be able to issue pot distribution licenses to businesses other than liquor wholesalers after all.
Nevada Opens Pot Distribution to Non-Liquor WholesalersNevada's marijuana regulators have decided to start issuing pot distribution licenses to businesses other than liquor wholesalers to keep up with overwhelming demand since legal recreational sales began July 1.
Nevada Pot Sites Stock, Check Bud Before Legal Sales Fire UpThe frenzied activity is focused on one goal: Getting dispensaries ready to start selling recreational marijuana Saturday in Nevada, largely to tourists.
License Dispute Could Delay Nevada Recreational Pot SalesThe July start of Nevada's recreational marijuana sales could be delayed after a group of liquor wholesale distributors filed a legal challenge to a licensing deadline, arguing they have the first rights ahead of existing medical dispensaries to distribute recreational pot.
Nevada Plans July Pot Sales Despite Crackdown WarningNevada still plans to launch recreational marijuana sales in July despite warnings this week of a federal crackdown by the administration of President Donald Trump, state officials said Friday.
Nevada Governor Wants 10 Percent Tax on Retail Pot SalesNevada Gov. Brian Sandoval outlined his budget blueprint for his final two years in office Tuesday by proposing more than $115 million in new spending for higher education and a raise for all state workers to be funded in large part by taxes on marijuana sales.