Vegas is about to be a lot more exciting for tourists from California and around the country.
More than 60 people threw their names into the mix to be on Clark County’s marijuana advisory panel.
Dubbed the “Green Ribbon Panel,” the board will set policies regarding land use and licensing of retail marijuana establishments and make recommendations to the County Commission for proposed changes to zoning and business license codes.
For Nevadans, marijuana possession became legal on Jan. 1 thanks to ballot Question 2, which passed by a 55-45 percent margin. Sales are expected to begin on July 1.
Read the whole story in the Las Vegas Review-Journal