Tax Commission approves regulations allowing early start for Nevada’s recreational marijuana industry
The Nevada Tax Commission has approved temporary regulations that could allow businesses to start selling recreational marijuana as soon as July 1.
The regulations lay out rules for issuing and revoking licenses to companies that are already up and running in the medical marijuana industry.
While voters approved a ballot measure last year requiring the state to get sales going by Jan. 1, 2018, the so-called “early start” program would allow businesses to launch six months early.
All but one commissioner voted to adopt the regulations as-is, in spite of some calls for amendments.
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