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Nevada Considers Mobile Cannabis Vendor Bill

Lawmakers hope to pass it later this year.

Nevada is considering new rules that would allow cannabis product vendors to be more mobile.

According to News 3, lawmakers in Carson City introduced the bill, which would allow mobile cannabis sellers to set up at events that are 21 and up.

A’Esha Goins, chair of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Subcommittee of the state’s Cannabis Advisory Commission, said it would lower the cost of entry into the market.

Social equity applicants would be given priority in applying for the new licenses.

Mobile cannabis vendors would only be allowed to sell products that were bought from licensed dispensaries.

Lawmakers hope to pass it later this year. As the report points out, a similar bill passed in California.

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