Nevada’s Cannabis Compliance Board is getting up and running this month in a transition of oversight power from the original industry regulator, the state Department of Taxation.
Tyler Klimas, the executive director of the new Cannabis Compliance Board, told KUNR that there’s been a six-month run-up to the transition that’s involved a lot of “reorganization” and staffing hires.
He also told the Reno radio station that:
- The Nevada cannabis industry has taken a “big beating” because of the coronavirus outbreak.
- The board is dedicated to helping the industry “get back to normal.”
- All future licensing will be “very public, very transparent.”