Nevada Medical Marijuana News
RENO, Nev. (AP) — Washoe County on Tuesday night approved rules governing where medical marijuana facilities can set up within unincorporated areas, a first step toward implementing the fledgling industry.
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Regulations governing the growing, processing and selling of medical marijuana in Nevada are a done deal. The Legislative Commission approved the rules Friday without discussion.
Five out of five stars. That’s the user rating for Red Congo on stickyguide.com, a website dedicated to “medical cannabis ratings and reviews.” The sativa strain is listed on the menu of Bay Area dispensary the Apothecarium, where it sells for $55 for an eighth of an ounce and is described as treating muscle and joint pain and depression—“excellent for medicating when one still needs to be task-oriented, highly functional and busy, busy, busy.”
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Regulations detailing how medical marijuana will be managed and made available in Nevada were approved Friday by the state public health administrator, marking another milestone for patients holding medical marijuana cards.
ELKO, Nev. (AP) — The Elko City Council is putting off a decision on whether to establish rules governing medical marijuana dispensaries.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The Las Vegas City Council is considering extending a moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries that is set to expire later this month.
LAS VEGAs — Clark County commissioners have taken a first look at regulations that could allow for medical marijuana dispensaries in its unincorporated areas.
The Epilepsy Foundation comes out in support of medical marijuana, the feds delay a PTSD study, CBD bills are popping up, and a battle over local dispensary bans looms in Oregon, and more. Let's get to it:
BOULDER CITY, Nev. (AP) — Boulder City councilmembers voted unanimously Tuesday to ban medical-marijuana dispensaries within city limits, saying they don't think the businesses are a good fit for the small town.
RENO, Nev. (AP) — Reno Mayor Bob Cashell has changed his stance on the medical marijuana issue, saying he now will push for licensing of dispensaries in the city.
Patricia Albright and her son Trevor of Nevada City, CA are facing 7 1/2 years and 5 1/2 years on federal charges for growing 89 plants for 10 patients. Albright is looking for donations to help hire an attorney. Send ASAP to: Patricia Albright 5758 Sutton Way #308 Grass Valley, CA 95945. Read more.
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada state Sen. Greg Brower said Monday he has reservations about a state law setting up a distribution process for medical marijuana and suggested it could be repealed.
Daniel Yazbeck stepped to the podium before about 140 investors in a Las Vegas conference room with 15 minutes to persuade them to bankroll a handheld testing device that helps pot users evaluate marijuana.
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — State officials say they will miss the Nevada Legislature's April 1 deadline to begin accepting applications from medical marijuana providers and growers.
The Henderson City Council, sitting as the Redevelopment Agency, unanimously approved owner participation agreements Tuesday with Valley Health System LLC and the developer of Union Village.
It took medical marijuana advocates more than 12 years to persuade the Nevada Legislature to enable the lawful sale of the drug through dispensaries. It might take as long for Southern Nevada governments to allow those dispensaries to actually open their doors.
Under a new state law, medical marijuana dispensaries should be coming soon to a corner near you. But local governments are saying not so fast. At its meeting Wednesday, the Reno City Council is expected to adopt an ordinance that will temporarily bar the city from accepting license applications from medical marijuana dispensaries seeking to do business under the law passed by the 2013 Legislature.
LAS VEGAS -- The man who is the self proclaimed doctor of marijuana is speaking for the first time since being released from federal prison. Pierre Werner, better known as "Doctor Reefer" said he's retiring from the business.
Werner is now a free man after serving just 18 of his 41 month sentence. He completed a drug program and was given three years supervised release.
Record numbers of Californians just say yes… Washington’s joint estimate is 123… Survey results and survey requests… Wrapping paper doesn’t fool TSA… and more.
A few weeks ago, a California lobbyist involved in medical dispensaries in that state met with News & Review executives in Reno. He had been monitoring the new law enacted by the 2013 Nevada Legislature to implement a voter-approved medical marijuana measure intended to return marijuana to medical use for the first time in the state since the late 1930s.