We spoke to cannabis advocates and dispensary owners to pick out some of the lessons learned from the first week of Nevada’s adult-use era.
It's not a rule, just...friendly advice: The agency strongly "discourages" casinos from hosting industry events.
Imposters are using the logos of licensed retailers to deliver nasty weed and sketchy service.
Gov. Sandoval wants to stop cannabis clubs, but where else can tourists consume legally?
A judge in Carson City ruled that the state hasn't followed the rules of its legalization initiative. Stores open July 1? Maybe not.
Yes, North Carolina—where marijuana isn’t even medically legal yet. This could get interesting.
Some may open this winter or next spring. But will they actually make money?
New Mexico and New York are next in line, but Pennsylvania is moving fast.
Less than three months after voters passed Prop. 207, the first retail marijuana stores opened in Arizona.
Gov. Steve Sisolak's move restores opportunities in financial aid, housing, voting, and other life basics previously denied.
The Strip went dark and dispensaries went delivery-only. Now stores are open at 50% capacity, with masks and distancing.
The Source wanted to give a pre-roll to everyone who voted. Then they realized that was against the law. So they adapted.
With a legalization vote expected in November, lawmakers consider reform measures in a 3-month session that starts today.
The Democratic presidential candidate toured two licensed Nevada companies and learned a whole lot about what's happening.