Nevada Pot Regulator Hits Cos. Over Tracking, Surveillance – Law360

Law360 (August 27, 2021, 6:50 PM EDT) — In a pair of recent enforcement actions, the Nevada Cannabis Compliance Board suspended the licenses of a pot cultivator for not tracking its marijuana plants and requested a $25,000 fine and 20-day suspension for a dispensary whose security cameras went out for a day.

In one action, announced Friday, Green Cross of America Inc. was hit with an emergency suspension order after CCB agents found more than 100 untagged mature plants at its facility in Pahrump, Nevada. A CCB press release notes there were also more than 300 immature plants, or clones, that were not tracked in the state’s seed-to-sale tracking system,…

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