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Despite Recession Talks, Cannabis Jobs Remain Abundant In Nevada

With talk of an upcoming recession, the cannabis industry continues its climb toward employing Americans.

Will Testing Potential Employees For Marijuana Become A Thing Of The...

In a historic move, Nevada employers will no longer be able to deny jobs to candidates that test positive for marijuana drug tests.

6 Best Places To Live If You Want To Use Medical...

Medical marijuana in this country is all over the place. But fortunately, the folks at Americans for Safe Access have released a detailed analysis of the situation in order to identify the best medical marijuana programs in the nation.

Someone In California Called 911 On Weed Smokers, Flipped Out When...

Yes, someone called the Nevada County Sheriff’s Office on weed smokers in California, where marijuana has been recreationally legal since 2018.

Nevada Has The Most Expensive Vape Pens, Washington the Cheapest Pre-roll

A new report looked at pricing trends from four key states that have fully legalized cannabis including two states with mature sales data and two fairly new states.

Vape Pens And How One Company Is Capitalizing On The Trend

Vapes have become the number two form factor in the cannabis industry trailing only flower, which commands a robust 52% of the market

CES Bans Marijuana Products At Convention, Pax Pushes Back

Though CES takes place in Las Vegas, where adult-use cannabis is legal, the trade show has a ban on marijuana.

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...

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.