Nevada To Begin Accepting Business Applications For Medical Marijuana
CARSON CITY, NV — Governor Brian Sandoval (R) signed the Nevada dispensary bill into law last June, and set the table for what many people anticipate to be one of the biggest medical marijuana markets. Now, the Division of Public and Behavior Health is preparing to begin accepting applications for the first time.
Nevada MMJ Applications To Be Accepted In August
The Nevada Division of Public and Behavior Health, a sub-division of the Department of Health & Human Services, announced earlier this week that they will begin accepting the first round of applications in just over two months.
“Applications must be postmarked within the 10 business day period or physically received in the Division’s offices by 5:00 P.M. on August 18, 2014.”
According to their announcement, the 2014 window will be open between August 5 and August 18.
It goes on to note the following: “Applications must be postmarked within the 10 business day period or physically received in the Division’s offices at 4150 Technology Way, Carson City, Nevada 89706 by 5:00 P.M. on August 18, 2014. Any application received prior to August 5th will not be considered.”
Each year, business owners who are interested in applying in Nevada as a dispensary, cultivation center, lab-testing facility, concentrate maker, or infused product manufacturer will have a 10 business day period to submit their application. Anyone who misses this year’s window will have to wait until next year before applying.
Those interested in applying for a medical marijuana license in Nevada should send this application form to 4150 Technology Way, Carson City, Nevada 89706 between August 5 & August 18.
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