Laura Simes began getting nervous in July when her new agent card permitting her to legally work within the hashish business hadn’t arrived within the mail. It’d been a month since her card expired.
She’d despatched within the charges and all of the wanted info to the Cannabis Compliance Board, a comparatively new state regulatory company that oversees the leisure marijuana business. Now it’s November and he or she nonetheless doesn’t have her card.
“I think my boss is having the same issue, and he has other friends in the industry that are having the same problem,” Simes instructed the Reno Gazette Journal.
Simes, who works in a Las Vegas-area cultivation facility, stated the company just lately emailed saying she may work with out penalty as a result of generally months-lengthy processing delay. She retains a printout of the e-mail, full with a PDF momentary card, in her work locker, simply in case.
“I don’t think they know exactly what they’re doing,” Simes stated in regards to the Cannabis Compliance Board, which took the reins over from the Department of Taxation in July.