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Las Vegas marijuana laws: Starting Sunday, adults could buy up to 1 ounce of marijuana flower or up to one-eighth of an ounce of marijuana concentrates — like shatter, wax and carbon dioxide oil — per visit to legal dispensaries. Readers have contacted the Sun with many questions about where to get marijuana in Las Vegas. Here are some answers ...

Las Vegas marijuana laws: Answers to questions on recreational weed in Nevada

January 3rd, 2017

Las Vegas marijuana laws: Starting Sunday, adults could buy up to 1 ounce of marijuana flower or up to one-eighth of an ounce of marijuana concentrates — like shatter, wax and carbon dioxide oil — per visit to legal dispensaries. Readers have contacted the Sun with many questions about where to get marijuana in Las Vegas. Here are some answers ...

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    Voters kept the Silver State blue by supporting Democratic candidates; progressive measures such as recreational marijuana and stronger background checks also passed.

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    Despite losing the presidency, Clinton carried Nevada by a narrow, 2-point margin, a testament to the dedication of her staff on the ground, the mobilization ...

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    Nevadans voted Tuesday to legalize recreational marijuana for adults ages 21 and over. The passing of Question 2, which was called at 10:03 p.m. by ...

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    If there’s one thing uniting Americans on both sides in this election, it’s the overwhelming distaste for the presidential campaign. That despair clearly made its ...

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    A Clark County District Court judge this morning denied the Trump campaign’s request to preserve evidence from four polling places it alleges violated election rules ...

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    Nevada’s political insiders know where they’ll be watching the results on Election Day, but there are other casino offerings for the less partisan ...

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    Proponents say the proposed 65,000-seat, domed stadium is the missing link in Las Vegas’ entertainment offerings. A flashy stadium steps away from ...

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    Las Vegas is no stranger to stadium pipe dreams. Over the years, developers have proposed building a slew of eye-catching, if not improbable, stadiums. (Remember ...

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    It’s that time of year again: The only thing standing between Nevada and what many would see as an economic-development win is a legislative deal ...

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    As the caucus smoke clears, Facebook and Twitter are still rife with political mudslinging.

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    Under Senate Bill 266, escort services will now be charged a 9 percent tax on the cost to customers for their time.

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    “I’m politically 100 percent incorrect and believe political correctness is hurting truth and open, heartfelt dialogue.”

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    Would Chuck Norris salute the Senate Minority Leader?

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    Despite elite service, food and beverage programs, Las Vegas eateries are rarely recognized for the designation, but this year, two are.

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    From far-flung nations to nearby towns, human trafficking materializes in every corner of the globe. It casts a wide shadow that includes labor and sex ...

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    The annual benefit show for the water charity is set for March 2 at Mandalay Bay.

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    The proposed cuts, along with tariffs imposed by the Trump administration on imported solar panels, threaten to slow the development of Nevada’s renewable energy industry ...

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    Director Philip William McKinley says tackling this major update to one of Las Vegas’ most popular and complicated shows was a daunting task.

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    Devin Short was one of 90 athletes in four sports invited to the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado, last July—and ultimately he ...

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    The Las Vegas Valley is full of creative thinkers and new ideas. Attorneys involved in protecting those ideas estimate that as many as 1 million ...

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    Sola was kicked out of the game — but, technically, didn't leave. He was pictured in the stands at Cashman Field having a cigarette ...

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    When his residency at Park Theater was announced in the fall of 2016, it was discussed as a multi-year thing. It's really only been a ...

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    The Downtown music fest takes places March 8-11 at the Bunkhouse Saloon, Beauty Bar, Backstage Bar & Billiards, Artifice and Cornish Pasty.

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    It features a menu with lighter fare paying homage to the Amalfi Coast in Southern Italy.

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    Sales at the new winery have been strictly by-the-glass to conserve supply, but bottles will be ready in the next few months.

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    As technology and syndicates have evolved, so has the way these criminals operate.

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    In addition to individual airline regulations, the USDA also monitors the transportation of certain pets, including dogs, cats, ferrets, rodents, hedgehogs, reptiles (turtles, frogs) and ...

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    Activists join forces to bring recognition to the Las Vegas community.

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    Whether you’re on a budget or on the lookout for rare items, the Las Vegas Valley’s thrift stores never fail to deliver the goods. Here ...

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    Four months removed from the worst mass shooting in modern American history — which struck Las Vegas on Oct. 1 — Parkland, Florida, is reeling ...

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    The right place turned out to be the busy stretch that includes popular watering holes like Herbs & Rye and the Phoenix and tons of ...

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    He’s also one of four stars of The Cocktail Cabaret at Cleopatra’s Barge at Caesars Palace.

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    Announced participants include Nick Hornby, Tayari Jones, Meg Wolitzer and John Hodgman.