The Same Framework Could Be Applied To Recreational Marijuana, Which Nevadans Voted To Legalize On Nov.

The same framework could be applied to recreational marijuana, which Nevadans voted to legalize on Nov. 8. Adults 21 and older will be able to purchase up to an ounce of marijuana flower or up to an eighth of an ounce of concentrates per visit for recreational use. Dispensaries wont have the appropriate licenses until July 1, 2017, at the earliest, so until then, there will be no place to legally buy. Oregon had the same issue after broadly legalizing pot in June 2015. The Oregon Health Authority began an early start program, allowing existing facilities to sell small amounts of lower-grade marijuana for recreational use, just three months after the law was passed. Successes and problems followed. More than 100 new marijuana retailers have opened in Oregon since the recreational program launched, bringing the total to 446. The increase in demand and supply helped the state raise $54 million in taxes from Jan.

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