State Sen. Tick Segerblom, D-Las Vegas, predicted Monday on Nevada Newsmakers that Nevada will soon have home delivery of recreational marijuana.
Segerblom, who helped guide regulations of Nevada’s medical and recreational marijuana industries through the Legislature, said home deliveries will begin soon after the state enacts permanent regulations next year.
“It’s a done deal,” Segerblom said. “We’re doing it right now for medical (marijuana). It works perfect.
“The police like it,” Segerblom said from a Clark County perspective. “Obviously, you have to verify who is getting it but it is no different than someone going to a store, showing an ID and buying it.”
“It’s workable,” Segerblom said.
Segerblom said he also disagrees with Gov. Brian Sandoval’s stance that legal pot lounges — where tourists and locals could go to consume marijuana — are a bad idea. Sandoval said the lounges could invite unwanted federal scrutiny to Nevada’s recreational marijuana industry.
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