Signatures Submitted to Get Marijuana Legalization on the 2016 Nevada Ballot

By: Friday November 14, 2014 9:11 am

The 2014 election just ended but already marijuana reform supporters are getting ready for the 2016 election. According to the Reno Gazette-Journal, the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana like Alcohol in Nevada has turned in what should be more than a sufficient number of signatures to get their legalization measure put on the ballot in 2016. [...]

Nevada’s Largest Paper Endorses Marijuana Legalization Petition

By: Friday May 30, 2014 9:28 am

The new campaign to legalize marijuana in Nevada got a boost today from the state’s largest paper. Their initiative was endorsed by the editorial board at the Las Vegas Review-Journal. It’s an important step forward in fixing a failed policy. Taxpayers finally seem to understand that spending vast sums of money at the local, state [...]

Nevada Initiative Submitted to Legalize Marijuana in 2016

By: Thursday April 24, 2014 8:42 am

On Wednesday the process began to legalize marijuana in Nevada. The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana submitted the Initiative to Regulate and Tax Marijuana to the Secretary of State’s office. The campaign will need just over 100,000 valid signatures by November 11th. If they meet this hurdle the initiative will then be presented to the Nevada Legislature [...]

Harry Reid Now Backs Medical Marijuana

By: Friday January 17, 2014 6:49 am

This is not what you normally expect from a 74 year old Mormon but Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is sounding very good on the issue of marijuana reform. He told the Las Vegas Sun he supports medical marijuana and thinks going after regular people for smoking pot is a waste of resources. From the [...]

Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Finally Coming to Nevada

By: Thursday June 13, 2013 7:43 am

The voters of Nevada legalized medical marijuana back in 2000 but there has never been an easy legal way for patients to access it besides growing their own. That will soon change. Wednesday Gov. Brian Sandoval (R) signed into law SB 374. The bill was earlier overwhelmingly approved by the state legislature. After more than [...]


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