Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak has recently signed a comprehensive marijuana bill that aims to increase possession limits and eliminate industry barriers. This move is set to have a significant impact on the state’s cannabis industry, which has been experiencing a surge in demand from both locals and tourists alike. The new law will allow adults aged 21 and above to possess up to one ounce of cannabis flower or up to 3.5 grams of cannabis concentrates, which is double the previous limit.
Additionally, the bill will remove certain restrictions on the industry, such as the requirement for cannabis companies to have a liquor license to operate. This omnibus marijuana bill is a significant step forward for Nevada’s cannabis industry, which has been growing rapidly since the state legalized recreational marijuana in 2016. With the removal of these barriers, it is expected that more businesses will enter the market, creating more jobs and generating more revenue for the state.
Governor Sisolak’s decision to sign this bill is a clear indication of his commitment to supporting the cannabis industry and ensuring that it continues to thrive in Nevada. As the state continues to lead the way in cannabis legalization, it is likely that other states will follow suit and adopt similar measures to support the growth of this burgeoning industry.