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25th October 2023
22nd June 2023
US - Nevada: The Nevada Cannabis Compliance Board (CCB) has approved the first conditional licences for cannabis consumption lounges. It has also adopted new regulations broadening ventilation requirements, aimed at reducing barriers of entry for potential licensees.
20th June 2023
US - Nevada: Senate Bill 277 has been signed and enacted into law by governor Joe Lombardo. The bill increases the limits on possession, delivery and production for adults (21+) from 1 oz of cannabis to 2.5 oz, and from 0.125 oz to 0.25 oz for concentrated cannabis. It also removes the restriction on selling more than 1 oz of cannabis per transaction at medical dispensaries. And it establishes a dual licence for medical and recreational retailers and instructs the Cannabis Advisory Commission to conduct a study on the potential impact of state and federal rescheduling of cannabis.
15th June 2023
15th June 2023
13th June 2023
1st June 2023
US - Nevada: Senate Bill 277 has been passed by the Senate and now heads to the House. The bill aims to ease adult-use cannabis regulations by increasing the authorised possession, delivery, and production limits for over-21s from 1 oz to 2.5 oz of cannabis and from an eighth of an ounce to a quarter of an ounce for concentrated cannabis. It would also remove the prohibition on selling more than 1 oz of cannabis per transaction at medical cannabis dispensaries. And it would direct the Cannabis Advisory Commission to conduct a study on the potential effects of state and federal rescheduling of cannabis.
26th May 2023
1st December 2022
US - Nevada: The Nevada Cannabis Compliance Board (CCB) has issued 20 prospective licences for cannabis consumption lounges that were determined via a lottery of applicants. Ten provisional licences were issued to social equity applicants (applicants who have been convicted of a cannabis offence, had a family member convicted of a cannabis offence, or who lived in an area impacted by a prohibitionist drug policy). Prospective licensees must still pass a suitability investigation by the CCB before their licences will be issued. Another 20 applicants were approved for consumption lounges that must be attached to a licensed operational cannabis dispensary.
17th October 2022
US - Nevada: The Nevada Cannabis Compliance Board (CCB) is now accepting applications for cannabis consumption lounges. The application process is open until 27th October.
15th September 2022
US - Nevada: A judge has ruled that the Nevada Board of Pharmacy may no longer list cannabis as a Schedule I drug, press reports. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), which brought the lawsuit, claimed the Schedule I listing, despite voters passing an initiative in 2016 to legalise cannabis, created a loophole that allowed law enforcement to arrest people unjustly for cannabis offences.
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