Gaming Control Board wants no part in investigating people who want to get into Nevada’s medical marijuana business

by Ray Hagar

Various strains of medical marijuana are shown at a medical marijuana dispensary in Oakland, Calif. (Ray Hagar photo)

Various strains of medical marijuana are shown at a medical marijuana dispensary in Oakland, Calif. (Ray Hagar photo)

“Perhaps in the next couple of years, the federal government will change it to a Schedule Two,” Segerblom said. “It is amazing how the public perception is changing. When Reno get a unanimous vote, you know things are different.”

Segerblom was referring to the Reno City Council.

On Wednesday, it first voted unanimously in favor of the concept of the medical marijuana industry within city limits.

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