Nevada’s Cannabis Compliance Board will get up and operating this month in a transition of oversight power from the unique industry regulator, the state Department of Taxation.
According to KUNR Public Radio, the brand new board will likely be in cost of firm web site inspections, overseeing marijuana lab testing and extra.
The transition started final yr on the behest of Gov. Steve Sisolak after allegations of licensing favoritism within the state.
Tyler Klimas, the chief director of the brand new Cannabis Compliance Board, instructed KUNR that there’s been a six-month run-up to the transition that’s concerned loads of “reorganization” and staffing hires.
He additionally instructed the Reno radio station that:
- The Nevada hashish industry has taken a “big beating” as a result of of the coronavirus outbreak.
- The board is devoted to serving to the industry “get back to normal.”
- All future licensing will likely be “very public, very transparent.”