Could Canada Use Nevada’s Marijuana Shortage Protocol?
Because there are no best practices for dealing with a weed shortage—yet—here's what we can glean from how Nevada dealt with low supply when officials there underestimated the demand.
MedMen Acquires Woodstock Name To License Cannabis Products
The deal gives MedMen the right to manufacture and distribute Woodstock branded products in six legal states.
Is Nevada Smoking The Competition Or Is Sin City Not Living Up To The Tax Revenue Hype?
Reports say Nevada earned more in its first six months of legalization in 2017 than Colorado did in 2014. But this analysis is somewhat flawed.
Nevada’s Cannabis Industry Just Set Yet Another Retail Record
Recreational sales of cannabis in Nevada set a new monthly record in March, racking up a total of $41 million, translating into more than $7 million in tax revenue.
The Fresh Toast Marijuana Legislative Roundup: March 12
Nevada tabled plans for cannabis lounges, a decriminalization bill was introduced in New Mexico and regulations were eased for medical marijuana in Maine. Find out about that more in our weekly marijuana legislative roundup.
Nevada Is Making So Much Money Off Legal Weed That Other States Want In
Nevada has reported almost $11 million in wholesale tax and $19.5 million in retail tax, according to the Nevada Patch.