Nevada’s idea of using its medical marijuana market to temporarily aid to the need of the recreational sector is set to launch sometime within the next month. Taken from a report from the Las Vegas Sun, there are more than 140 applicants vying to become the first to sell weed in a manner similar to beer.
The intent of the “early sales” initiative was to give adults 21 and older the liberty to walk into a state licensed dispensary and purchase up to an ounce of weed without flashing a medical marijuana card. Meanwhile, it would give state officials some breathing room while putting together the regulations for the full-scale market set to launch next year.
Is There Way Around Nevada’s Recreational Marijuana Issue
In the development phase, lawmakers pressed the importance of getting recreational pot sales up and running in enough time to beat the summertime tourism rush. After all, Las Vegas alone is predicted to see as many as 43 million visitors this year.
But unfortunately, there is a distinct possibility the whole idea of early sales is about to go down in flames courtesy of the alcohol industry.
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