Nevada’s top cannabis regulator defended in court the state’s handling of a recreational marijuana retail licensing round that occurred last year.

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While not perfect, “the application process was a fair process,” said Jorge Pupo, head of Nevada’s marijuana enforcement division, according to the Las Vegas Sun.

Pupo’s testimony in Clark County District Court came this week in a case filed by about three dozen unsuccessful applicants who allege the process was flawed and biased, and want a do-over.

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