Nevada

Nevada’s Cannabis Market Is Booming

The Nevada Department of Taxation last month reported that the state had already brought in 110 percent of expected revenue for the year — two months before the year was set to expire.

Legal Weed In Nevada: One Year Later

July 1 marked the one year anniversary of recreational cannabis sales in Nevada, eight months after voters made their high minded decision.

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.

Why Las Vegas Casinos Don’t Like The Cannabis Industry

An interesting juxtaposition has developed since Nevada rolled out its recreational marijuana program. While the state has embraced cannabis, Las Vegas casinos have not.

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.

This Denver Coffee Shop Will Be Nation’s First Cannabis Club

A Denver coffee shop has received the first license from the city for its patrons...

The Best Way To Ditch Your Marijuana At The Vegas Airport

"What Happens Here, Stays Here" has been the official tourism slogan for Las Vegas for nearly 15 years. The same goes for Vegas' legal weed.

Former NRA President: Let Medical Marijuana Patients Have Guns

David Keene wrote in the Washington Times Wednesday, the federal government’s Schedule I drug classification for marijuana causes significant problems for gun owners.

Weed Is Legal In Cali! Here’s A List of Fun Things to Do When You’re High

Cannabis is now legal to purchase for adult recreational consumption in Colorado, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Nevada, and as of January 1, 2018, California—making the Golden State the largest marijuana marketplace in the world.