Marijuana advertising outlawed at Las Vegas airport

Commissioners in Nevada’s Clark County have voted to ban marijuana advertising and possession at Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport. The advertising ban covers all airport-owned property throughout the county – which includes Las Vegas – including land that’s leased to private businesses, the Review-Journal reported. The ban doesn’t apply to taxis and personal vehicles cloaked in vinyl advertising, according to the newspaper. Commissioner Larry Brown – who supported the advertising ban and the exceptions for vinyl-wrapped vehicles – said marijuana industry representatives helped ease his concerns about cannabis and advertising enough to allow him to support ... Marijuana advertising outlawed at Las Vegas airport is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs