If Passed, The Bill Would Go Into Effect As Soon As It Is Signed Into Law.

img Jan. 1: Deadline set by Question 2 for the tax department to have permanent regulations in place for recreational sales. By COLTON LOCHHEAD LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL A bill proposed Friday by Sen. Tick Segerblom would kick-start recreational marijuana sales in Nevada. But a statement out of Gov. Brian Sandovals office could spell doom for the bill. Senate Green Rush Bill 302 would let medical marijuana dispensaries forgo the medical card requirement and sell cannabis to anyone 21 and older. The measure would allow for some sales for the drug while the Nevada Department of Taxation crafts permanent business regulations. If passed, the bill would go into effect as soon as it is signed into law. But therein lies the rub. A task force created by Sandoval last month is working on essentially the same thing.

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