Pro-lounge legislation is becoming more prevalent in the legal cannabis marketplace.
Cannabis lounges seems like a natural extension for the burgeoning legal weed landscape, but the idea has yet to gain the same kind of momentum that other pot businesses have seen.
The millions of tourists that pour into Sin City may have to wait a few years before they have access to the Amsterdam-style consumption areas that many advocates say are needed right now.
This is a first for Nevada. Although the state legalized the leaf for recreational consumption back in 2016, no other jurisdiction – not even those with legal brothels – has made a move to bring cannabis lounges to fruition.
Canada is set to legalize cannabis on October 17, becoming one of the only countries in the world to do so. But as America’s...
As more cities begin to allow for and regulate commercial cannabis businesses, the state of California is seeing an influx of cannabis tourism.
Because of the way the law is written in Nevada, they may very well be the first state to allow cannabis lounges where you can consume weed on the premises.
The Nevada Gaming Commission recently announced that it was illegal to consume cannabis within their casinos and establishments.
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