Public consumption of cannabis in Nevada is prohibited. The famous “seshes,” a kind of weed bazaar where people buy and sell products have become a landmark of the gray market, are thriving and have caught the attention of Nevada lawmakers.

Assemblyman C.H. Miller introduced AB253 on March 7, 2023, which is intended to provide for the licensure and regulation “of certain events at which the sale and consumption of cannabis or cannabis products are allowed.”

Miller presented the bill to the Assembly Committee on Judiciary on Wednesday and testified to its purpose. He said the bill seeks to provide a controlled environment for cannabis consumption, which would be monitored to alleviate …

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