No ganja on the go, Clark County stresses


Never underestimate the human ability to brainstorm ways to get blitzed. Apparently some individuals have already inquired with limo and party-bus companies about rentals for consuming their newly legal recreational cannabis, because, hey, private property equals smoking section, amirite? Wrong, insists the Clark County Department of Business License. It’s reminding Valley citizens that the law explicitly states that anyone caught ingesting marijuana products in moving vehicles faces a misdemeanor fine of up to $600, with the Nevada Transportation Authority punishing any Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity holders enterprising in such a way. That ought to put the kibosh on your Escalade crossfade.

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