LAS VEGAS (FOX5) — Cannabis lounges are now legal in Nevada. Assembly Bill 341 went into effect on Oct. 1, about five years after recreational marijuana was legalized in the state.
According to the Nevada Cannabis Compliance Board, applications for lounges will open in the spring. Dispensaries will be allowed to apply for a license to operate a lounge directly attached to their property.
“We’ve been a big proponent of this. This has been a long time coming and you will see Planet 13 at the forefront of what consumption lounges will look like,” said David Farris, vice president of sales and marketing at Planet 13.