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April 12, 2017
Via The Nevada Independent After voters authorized recreational marijuana in November, Nevada lawmakers are discussing a raft of legislation to fill in the details of the new environment. Here are some key themes running through 23 marijuana-related bills this session, and how they overlap with one another: Marijuana taxation policy and ways to spend new revenue:… Read more »
March 17, 2017
Originally seen in TVN A Nevada bill would do away with the sentences of defendants who were convicted of possessing an ounce or less of recreational marijuana before it became legal on Jan. 1 this year. Assemblyman William McCurdy II introduced Assembly Bill 259 this week to the Assembly’s Committee on Corrections, Parole and Probation in… Read more »