Facing rec MJ shortage, Nevada considers ’emergency’ action

Higher-than-expected recreational marijuana sales have prompted Nevada officials to consider adopting an emergency regulation that could alleviate a supply shortage that has hit the state since its adult-use law went into effect July 1. A “statement of emergency” endorsed by Nevada’s governor would allow the Department of Taxation to consider a larger pool of applicants for distribution licenses that allow the transport of recreational marijuana from cultivation and packaging sites to retailers. The Tax Commission will vote on the regulation Thursday. As of Friday, Nevada regulators hadn’t issued any distribution licenses, and medical marijuana dispensaries with adult-use licenses are permitted to sell ... Facing rec MJ shortage, Nevada considers ’emergency’ action is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs