The application period for new dispensaries starts Friday and closes Sept. 20
Clark County could see as many as 31 new recreational marijuana stores open based on the number of licenses the state has available.
However, the number of licenses issued depends on how many businesses apply and how keen local governments are to help the marijuana industry grow.
The application period for new dispensaries starts Friday and closes Sept. 20.
Parts of the Las Vegas Valley remain underserved, including the northwest, said John Laub, Las Vegas Medical Marijuana Association president.
Laub said he expects existing marijuana businesses send in applications for more stores. He also expects cultivation and production businesses to make the jump into retail sales.
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