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Medical marijuana dispensaries will be opening in Nevada, and up to 39 of them can be located right here in Southern Nevada. On November 3, 2014 the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health issued 55 provisional medical marijuana dispensary certificates and most of them were allocated to southern Nevada. The top rated applications can now proceed within their local jurisdictions. 

12 from Las Vegas
4 from North Las Vegas
5 from Henderson 
18 from Clark County 

Unincorporated Clark County seems to have the most problems with discrepancies between local and state approvals, but they better move fast to keep up with the pace of these other local governments in southern Nevada. 

Licensed medical marijuana dispensaries are opening to serve patients in Nevada !
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382 Nevada medical marijuana establishments have been issued provisional registration certificates from the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health.

55 Dispensary 
182 Cultivation
118 Production 
17 Testing Laboratory

These certificates have been issued throughout the state. 147 applications were declined, for a grand total of 519 applications considered in 2014.

144 Dispensary applications were denied for the 2014 application period because those certificates were limited, but only 3 applications in all other categories combined were denied at the state level.

138 applicants signed a consent to release their application results on the Division of Public and Behavioral Health Medical Marijuana website, and that ALPHABETICAL listing is consolidated right here:

http://nevadamedicalmarijuana.info/nevada-medical-marijuana-establishments/
Please keep in mind this list only includes the businesses with signed releases on file with the Division of Public and Behavioral Health.
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Nevada Medical Marijuana Establishment application results have been released by the Division of Public and Behavioral Health. 382 provisional registration certificates were issued on November 3, 2014. The scores and rankings of the 519 applications received during the 2014 application period can be seen here at:

http://nevadamedicalmarijuana.info/nevada-2014-medical-marijuana-application-results-2/
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State of Nevada Medical Marijuana Card prices dropped as of April 1, 2014 and this is what you can now expect to pay: State Application Fee $25.00, State Licensing Fee $75.00, Physician Fee $110.00, Consultation Fee $120.00, for a TOTAL of $330.00. 

Medical marijuana renewal fees have also been reduced as of April 1, 2014: State Licensing Fee $75.00, Physician Fee $110, Consultation Fee $65.00, for a TOTAL of $250.00

The price of getting legal is not as high as it used to be. Avoid costly legal fees and begin the process today !
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High Powered K9 Security is ready to meet the needs of medical marijuana establishments in the Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, and Henderson areas. These officers have prior police, military, or high-level security experience and can provide a customized protection plan to meet the needs of licensed medical marijuana establishments operating under Nevada laws. High Powered K9 Security designed the unique security plan for the 4640 Dispensary application presented to Clark County Commissioners on June 5, 2014.

When you’re ready to protect your personnel and your investment with an elite high level security company, contact David at 702-302-2667 to get the right team in place for you.
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First Security Bank of Nevada is breaking new ground on how medical marijuana establishment money can be received, handled, and accounted for. Nevada will be the first in the nation to accommodate medical marijuana establishments at the banking level. John Sullivan, President and CEO of First Security Bank is ready to handle the large influx of money that is expected to be generated from licensed Medical Marijuana Establishments that adhere to Nevada laws and requirements. Another first for Nevada !
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Our 4640 Dispensary application was denied at the County level and our proposed facility will not be opening anytime this year. It was a long and arduous process but well worth the effort for knowledge and experience.

After submitting application and making presentation at the Clark County Government Building on June 5, we did not receive enough votes to proceed, placing us among the ranks of many other prominent individuals who were denied at the county level. 18 medical marijuana dispensary applications were approved in Clark County and moved on to the state process. The city of Henderson, city of Las Vegas, and city of North Las Vegas initiated their processes, and applicants from those areas also moved on to the state level.

Over 500 proposed medical marijuana cultivation, laboratory, and dispensary establishments have applied to the State of Nevada, and the results are expected to be released November 3 – November 5, 2014.
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We are happy to have been invited back as guest speakers for the Kiwanis Club. Tomorrow morning we will speaking at the Kiwanis Club of Las Vegas Strip weekly meeting on December 20, 2013.  http://lasvegasstripkiwanis.org/info.php

We will be giving a quick 20 minute informational presentation/Q&A on Medical Marijuana in Nevada during their 7:30 – 8:30am weekly meeting at A Thyme for All Seasons, 310 E. Warm Springs Road, near Las Vegas Blvd South. We’ll also be giving away free booklets and free information. Our goal at this meeting is to inform and educate the Kiwanis Club of Las Vegas Strip about the legal use of medical marijuana in the State of Nevada.
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The Nevada DPBH scheduled a public workshop for Monday, December 23, 2013, 9:00am at
Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health
Room 303
4150 Technology Way
Carson City, Nevada

and Video Conferenced to:
Nevada Early Intervention Services
3811 W. Charleston Blvd. Suite 112
Las Vegas, Nevada 89102

This meeting is to get input regarding proposed Amendments to NAC453A which could become Nevada Medical Marijuana Regulations, and public comments are being solicited.  The proposed amendments can be read online at:

http://nevadamedicalmarijuana.info/nevada-medical-marijuana-regulations-meeting/

Due to scheduling issues, this meeting will not be broadcast over the internet and due to technical difficulties, it cannot be accessed via conference line. The meeting will still proceed on December 23rd in an effort to stay on schedule for submitting the regulations draft to the Legislative Counsel Bureau by the end of 2013.

Maria McDade Williams, Deputy Administrator at the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health is also willing to work with the public to discuss proposed Nevada Medical Marijuana Regulations, but the DPBH cannot change anything that is required by SB374. If you would like to schedule a meeting with Maria McDade Williams, send an email to:  medicalmarijuana@health.nv.gov

After the regulations are returned from the Legislative Counsel Bureau in a proposed form, another Public Workshop will be scheduled to review the legal language of the proposal. A State Board of Health Adoption Hearing will also be scheduled where additional changes can be made. All issues must be settled before submitting the final draft to the Legislative Commission in order to make the April 1, 2014 deadline for adopting Nevada Medical Marijuana Regulations.
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The Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health (DPBH) released their Small Business Impact Statement which reviewed the 6 public responses to their Questionnaire on the impact of proposed amendments to NAC453A. These can be read online at:

http://nevadamedicalmarijuana.info/small-business-impact-statement/

The DPBH determined that they would not cause a significant burden on small business or restrict the formation of small businesses. They also determined that the audit fees in this privileged industry are fair and announced that they do not have the authority to change the $250,000 requirement or the non-refundable $5,000 application fee.
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