There is a very real chance that the early start for recreational marijuana use, as passed by the Nevada Tax Commission could be delayed.
A Douglas County attorney claims the Nevada Tax Commission violated open meeting law because marijuana and other words were absent from a recent meeting agenda.
Jim Hartman, from Genoa, filed the complaint Wednesday with the Nevada attorney general’s office. The complaint references the May 8 meeting in which the tax commission adopted temporary regulations to allow recreational marijuana to be sold starting July 1 — about six months earlier than called for by Question 2.
Hartman claims the meeting’s agenda violated the law because it did not reference “marijuana,” “early start” or “Question 2.”
I’m reserving comment.