It’s 4/20, and one unlikely group of people who might be spending time thinking about marijuana today are Nevada legislators.
There’s a big handful of cannabis-centered laws working their way through the legislature.
It’s a sign of how quickly the state’s marijuana industry has become an important industry and, alternatively, how many growing pains it has encountered.
How might lawmakers change DUI or drug-possession laws? Or usher in social consumption lounges, one of the most talked-about issues of this year’s session?
Scot Rutledge is a partner at Argentum Partners and the legislative advisor for the Chamber of Cannabis.
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