In Ohio, a bill limiting reciprocity between other medical marijuana states has been submitted to the legislature. Under existing law, Ohio has the ability to enter into reciprocity agreements with other medical marijuana states that have similar patient requirements.
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This week, the Nevada medical cannabis industry is reeling from the news that Nevada pot shops cannot serve the biggest patient-base in the world — Californians with a doctor’s note.
On March 9, 2016, Essence Dispensary, a medical marijuana provider in Nevada, opened its second location on 2307 S Las Vegas Blvd, being the only medical marijuana dispensary on the Las Vegas Strip.
Essence Dispensary, a medical marijuana provider in Nevada, has plans to open three dispensary locations in the Las Vegas Valley by this spring.
Denver-based O.penVAPE, one of the largest and best known consumer brands now developing in the American market, has announced a ground-breaking new alliance with Timeless Herbal Care, a Jamaican cannabis company.
Nevada is one of the most interesting medical markets in the country right now. The state is still refining the rules of what will be the first real national medical marijuana mecca.
One of the announced goals of Initiative 91, through which Oregonians voted to legalize recreational marijuana, is to prevent the revenue from the sale of marijuana from going to criminal enterprises, gangs and cartels.
By far one of the most interesting trial balloons the cannabis industry will ever see is about to get floated in the form of medical marijuana in Nevada, and specifically in the den of iniquity itself, Las Vegas.
Holiday travel is fraught with complications, but even more so for the medical marijuana patient. Can patients legally fly with their legitimately obtained medicine?
In legal terms, reciprocity refers to one state’s recognition of the effect of another state’s law, and the illustration usually given is driver’s licenses.