Yes, Nevada currently operates both medical and recreational marijuana programs.
Public use of marijuana remains an actionable offense in Nevada, carrying up to a misdemeanor criminal penalty (even for medical patients). Smoking is best done in a private place. We know it’s constricting, but where federal laws overlap with gaming regulations, drug use/illegal sales remain huge issues for the bright lights of Las Vegas. You can not currently smoke outside on public property, including the Las Vegas Strip, casinos, and hotels. Tourists looking to enjoy their cannabis will have to choose other methods of consuming the product such as edibles, topicals, and drinks.ms.
Recreational sales are available to any person age 21 and older with a valid ID. Nevadans hoping to get new medical cards must first be residents of Nevada. Then a state-approved physician must certify that medical marijuana could have therapeutic medicinal benefits in the treatment a debilitating illness. Nevada medical patients are typically 18 years or older, but this doesn’t mean that patients under 18 are exempt from the program. Also, Nevada also has an innovative reciprocity program that allows patients with a valid out-of-state medical marijuana registration to purchase and consume marijuana.
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Anyone wishing to find employment with Nevada’s marijuana industry must first receive their agent badge. An agent badge says three things to the state and dispensaries that operate in the state:
It is not legal to drive while intoxicated, even with marijuana, so DUIs may be given to those whose blood contains 2 nanograms of THC per ml. or 5 nanograms of marijuana metabolite per ml. Drivers may also be handed a DUI if they appear to be incapable of safely driving or do not have full control over the vehicle.
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There is an application fee of $25 and a $75 enrollment cost into the medical marijuana program. Patients under 18 years of age must have both physician and parental consent. The parent must register as the child’s caregiver and handle all purchasing.
Recreational customers, as of January 1st, 2017, are able to purchase and possess up to:
This applies to every adult age 21 and older, regardless of where you are from or where you live. Valid medical patients may purchase and possess up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana in a two-week period. There are no equivalency laws for medical patients.
Nevada currently recognizes the following conditions, ailments, and diseases impacting the quality of life of its citizens:
The state may add other conditions, subject to petition & approval.
Many Nevada businesses still operate under state and federal drug-free workplace standards, including marijuana use. However, the amount of enforcement of this policy is often on people who are under the influence on the job, rather than those who use within time away from work.