Nevada's marijuana industry has seen significant changes and improvements in recent years. With the passing of Senate Bill 277, recreational marijuana has become legal in the state, allowing individuals to purchase cannabis from state-licensed stores. However, there are specific regulations and possession limits that need to be adhered to.
Under the new legislation, recreational cannabis customers in Nevada can purchase up to 2½ ounces of marijuana flower or one-quarter ounce of THC concentrate. This increase in possession limits has been welcomed by both consumers and industry professionals.
Carson City, NV: Republican Gov. Joe Lombardo signed Senate Bill 277 into law, amending the previous possession limits. The bill increases the total amount of cannabis adults may possess, more than doubling the legal personal possession limit. This change reflects the growing acceptance and demand for marijuana in the state.