LAS VEGAS (AP) — Sen. Tick Segerblom is convinced "anything is possible" after he and other Nevada lawmakers toured San Francisco pot lounges, where marijuana can be consumed legally outside the privacy of one's home.
Clark County and Las Vegas officials have been looking for insight into how to introduce such establishments since September 2017, three months after recreational sales became legal in Nevada.
San Francisco is the only major U.S. city to offer full-scale facilities where the plant can legally be smoked, vaped, dabbed or eaten.
The Las Vegas Sun reports the one-day fact-finding trip to the Bay Area took them to two consumption lounges.
Segerblom described the tour as "impressive," saying San Francisco's pot lounge policy was the best he had experienced to date.