If you’re new to the Nevada Dispensary Association (NDA) blog, we’d like to give you a chance to catch up on some of the useful information on medical marijuana that we’ve delivered in the past.
From an introduction our Executive Director to marijuana legalization in Nevada 101, a FAQ on obtaining a MMJ patient card in Nevada and the health benefits of cannabis, the NDA blog is a great resource on marijuana in Nevada and we’re happy to help you navigate the industry. Feel free to contact us any time with questions!
“The Marijuana Policy Project’s Nevada Marijuana Legalization Initiative (NV-CRMLA) is set to be voted on in Nevada this year, Nov. 8, 2016. While Nevada’s medical marijuana laws will be unaffected by the initiative, it benefits voters to educate themselves on what the passage of NV-CRMLA will mean for Nevadans and what rules and provisions they will encounter if the initiative passes. If you haven’t had a chance to look into the details, take a look below for a brief outline.”
“Though much research is still to be done in the area, the health benefits of cannabis cannot be understated, a testament to the 23 states (plus Washington D.C.) where medical marijuana has been legalized in recent years.”
“A dedicated industry advocate and native Nevadan, Riana Durrett’s commitment to the regulation and growth of the medical marijuana industry cannot be understated.
Durrett joined the government affairs team of the Nevada Dispensary Association in February of 2015. In her current role as the association’s Executive Director, she is responsible for coordinating the NDA’s legislative and policy agendas as well as researching and responding to various issues that affect medical marijuana dispensaries in Nevada and performing crucial community outreach.”
“If you believe you may have need of a medical marijuana patient card in Nevada but are confused about the steps you’ll need to take to obtain one, today’s blog sets out the process you’ll need to follow as well as necessary information to have ahead of becoming a registered patient.”