Las Vegas doesn’t want to deal with the legal headaches of marijuana until the feds get off their backs.
Marijuana consumption lounges has been approved by the Las Vegas City Council but don’t expect to see any of the lounges pop up in Sin City’s casinos.
Canada becomes only the second country (after Uruguay) to legalize recreational marijuana use, ending nearly a century of nonsensical prohibition.
Nevada Gaming Commission amends its policies to ensure casinos don't allow customers who are "visibly intoxicated" by marijuana to gamble or drink alcohol.
Nevada casinos report flat gaming revenue following mass shooting on Vegas Strip; casinos seek clarity on relationships with legal marijuana industry.
The American Gaming Association asks the federal government to clarify its stance on casinos accepting wagers made with marijuana-related money.
White House signals that it will unleash the Department of Justice against states that have legalized recreational marijuana, so is online gambling next?
Sheldon Adelson cuts seven-figure checks to fight marijuana legalization while Las Vegas Sands' former VIP/alleged meth boss is extradited.
This article will attempt to highlight the significance of legal decisions on the economics of the marijuana space using Allard decision.
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