Recreational marijuana sales start July 1 in Nevada

Establishments applying for retail licenses were required to submit applications by the end of May
The Spectrum (US)
Monday, June 12, 2017

As the Silver State enacts the will of its voters — Nevadans approved recreational marijuana with 54 percent of the vote on Question 2 last November — it will initially be done in limited fashion allowing only existing medical marijuana establishments who are found to be in good standing and operational to sell recreational marijuana on July 1. By early 2018, the Nevada Department of Taxation, the state’s recreational marijuana governing entity, will reopen the application process as regulations become more permanent. As the state and its existing medical marijuana establishments gear up to sell marijuana legally, municipalities are left to sort out the details.