Nevada sued over lack of transparency in adult-use cannabis licensing

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A group of marijuana businesses in Nevada has sued the state, alleging a recent recreational marijuana licensing round wasn’t transparent and was “ripe for corruption.”

Six suits now have been filed since the state issued 61 provisional licenses in December without disclosing the names of the license winners or the scoring criteria, according to the Las Vegas Sun.

A state Senate panel wants to open up the process.

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