Las Vegas heavy hitters vie for medical marijuana licenses
By DAVID FERRARA and JAMES DEHAVEN LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL
Sig Rogich, president of The Rogich Communications Group Bill Hughes | Business Press
At the height of the “Just Say No” campaign in the war on drugs, Sig Rogich was a senior adviser to Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush.
Now Rogich, who runs one of the most powerful public relations firms in Nevada, is part of a team looking to snag one of Clark County’s medical marijuana licenses.
“It was 30 years ago, a lot has changed,” Rogich, 69, said of his involvement with marijuana’s staunch political opponents. “They’re legalizing it in 22 states now.”
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