A new bill introduced in the Nevada State Legislature would allow the creation of lounges for people to consume recreational marijuana.
AB409, sponsored by Assemblyman William McCurdy II, D-Las Vegas, would create licenses for cannabis lounges, where marijuana purchased in the state could be legally consumed. Right now, marijuana cannot be consumed in public or in casinos.
The City of Las Vegas has been considering its own bill that would let dispensaries build marijuana lounges.
While the city is considering this, Clark County is not, for now at least, according to our favorite Clark County County Commissioner Tick Segerblom. This is an issue, because of the “Las Vegas Strip” and resorts are outside the City Limits.
City Councilman Bob Coffin said the measure would only allow licensed dispensaries within city limits to open a lounge. Alcohol would not be allowed.
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