5 Articles About Marijuana Law in Nevada
In Nevada’s marijuana industry, it is crucial to keep up-to-date with current events and the ever-evolving laws and regulations. Much like the state’s gaming industry, Nevada’s marijuana industry is strictly regulated; those who fail to comply with the regulations can face serious consequences (such as the loss of one’s license).
The Connor & Connor team has written several articles discussing the various legal aspects of the marijuana industry. While the articles below certainly do not encompass every law and regulation, they can serve as a starting point for anyone interested in learning more.
If you have any questions regarding how a specific law or regulation applies to you and your marijuana business, contact us today.
Featured in Nevada Lawyer Magazine:
Marijuana Advertising on Social Media
This article examines the legal and ethical concerns of marijuana advertising on social media sites such as Facebook. This article was also featured on the State Bar of Nevada’s Facebook page.
Gunsmoke: Medical Marijuana and Firearms in Nevada
This article discusses how being a medical marijuana patient affects a person’s right to bear firearms.
Featured in Elevate Magazine’s ‘Legalese’ column:
Conflict between state and federal cannabis laws create tension for cannabis patients and their employers
Can an employer fire you for marijuana use? What if you have a medical marijuana patient card? This article discusses the legal aspects of marijuana use in the Nevada workplace.
What To Say Or Not To Say: Nevada Marijuana Advertising Restrictions 101
It is important to remain in compliance with the Nevada Department of Taxation’s marijuana advertising requirements, as violations of the guidelines can be met with severe consequences. This article discusses the various Nevada marijuana advertising restrictions.
The Legal Ramifications of Using Cannabis While Pregnant
Although there is no specific law prohibiting marijuana use while pregnant, Child Protective Services may still get involved, as marijuana is still classified as a federally illegal substance. This article examines the potential legal consequences of consuming marijuana while pregnant.