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Nevada's Legalization Impact on the Cannabis Industry
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Nevada's Legalization Impact on the Cannabis Industry
July 10, 2016

Since January 2014, patient participation in Nevada’s medical marijuana program has grown at a compounded annual rate of 71% per year, fueled in part by growing sales through the states reciprocity program. Nevada is one of just a few states, including Arizona, Delaware, Maine, Michigan, and Rhode Island, which honor medical marijuana licenses of patients from other states. Nevada’s patient growth is projected to plateau following the expected passage of the adult use measure in November 2016, and between 2018 and 2020, Nevada’s patient population will fall by roughly 3%.

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Hundreds of Medical Marijuana Shops to Shut Down with New State Rule Kicking in Friday

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After Medical Marijuana Legalized, Medicare Prescriptions Drop for Many Drugs
NPR

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Long-term Marijuana Use Linked to Changes in Brain's Reward System
Fox News

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Californian Seek Pot of Gold in Marijuana Legalization
Fortune

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Task Force Offers Hints of What Legal Pot Will Look Like in Canada
reason.com
 

How Will Nevada Impact You and the Cannabis Industry?


New Frontier, in partnership with Arcview Market Research, has released its 2016 Nevada Legal Cannabis Market State Profile, which shows the potential growth of the adult use market if Nevada voters choose to legalize adult use cannabis in November.
 
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