Marijuana legalization in Nevada is on track to be the most lucrative recreational marijuana market in the country, but many small businesses have been hit by a wave of legal pot sales that have caused delays and headaches.
The state’s recreational dispensaries are the busiest of the 19,000 or so licensed businesses in Nevada.
The first dispensary opened this year in the town of Las Vegas.
The new marijuana sales are expected to generate about $2.8 billion for the state.
But the delays have put a strain on the business model.
The Nevada Health Department says that because the number of dispensaries has skyrocketed since July 1, the state’s $500 million annual pot tax is running out before the end of the year.
And the state is trying to get a permit for its first medical marijuana dispensary in 2018, which could run out in 2019.
The problem is, there are a lot of small businesses that are still not ready to get off the ground and opening their doors for the first time.
The Nevada Legislature has been working on legislation to allow the medical dispensaries to open.
But there are concerns about how much of the revenue that the medical shops would receive could be used for other purposes, like providing relief to veterans and veterans’ families, which the medical clinics were able to do before recreational sales.
Some of the big problems with the medical marijuana law are:1.
The law requires a two-year process for the approval of a new medical marijuana facility.
The deadline for opening is December 31, 2020.2.
There is a $10,000 cap on the total number of marijuana plants that can be cultivated in Nevada and a $100,000 tax on every marijuana product sold, with the state paying another $2,500 a year.3.
The marijuana law requires that all new marijuana dispensaries must be licensed by the state or another jurisdiction.
There are two licensed medical marijuana dispensaries in Las Vegas, but none in Reno.
Nevada Health Department spokesman Kevin Folta said the law needs to be reviewed and updated, but the law is on schedule.
“I can’t predict exactly how the legislative process will go, but we are optimistic,” he said.
“We are optimistic that we will have a bill passed in the next few weeks that will allow us to go forward and open medical marijuana businesses.”
Folta added that if the legislature does not act, the Department of Public Health would be required to issue a new licensing program.
The Nevada Department of Health said it does not have a timeline for when the medical and recreational marijuana dispensaries will be allowed to open in Nevada, but it said it expects to be ready by the end