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Nevada: Legislation Pending To Permit Social Use

Posted by on May 17, 2017

Update: SB236 passed out of the Assembly Government Operations Committee on May 16.

Update: SB 236 passed the Senate by a margin of 21-12. It will now be sent to the house.

Update: SB 236 was amended in the Senate Judiciary Committee on 4/12 and it passed as amended.

Update: SB 236 was heard in the Senate Judiciary Committee on 4/3.

Senate legislation is pending, SB 236, induced by Sen. Tick Segerblom to regulate the social use of cannabis.

The measure allows select businesses to apply for licensing to permit adult marijuana use on their premises. It would also allow event organizers to seek permits to allow adult use at specific events. 

To date, private adult use of marijuana is permitted, but only in a private residence. Passage of SB 236 establishes a regulatory framework to permit adults the option to consume cannabis at specified public places or events. 

Please enter your information below to contact your elected officials to urge them to support this measure. 

National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws – Advocacy Campaigns

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