- The US state of Nevada has a major shortage of weeds. Since July 1, weed has been regulated in the state and is not able to drag it. Emergency measures are considered by the authorities.
Although there are plenty of shops where weed can be purchased, it stops supplying the Reno Gazette Journal. There are too few distributors who meet all the requirements.
The state is now taking measures. Authorities could therefore take emergency measures to eliminate the deficit. About 47 weed shops would have almost no stock.
Over the first four days, over 2.6 million euros of weed have already been sold. That's what the state of Nevada provided a tax of almost one million euros.
Nevada is the fifth state in the US where marijuana can legally be sold. Washington, Colorado, Oregon, and Alaska preceded Nevada.