Caesars Entertainment Becomes First Las Vegas Casino to Take a Pro-Cannabis Position

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    For almost a year now, recreational marijuana has been legal in Nevada, and much has changed in that time. After waiting more than two years for recreational sales to begin it has gone gangbusters with more than 45 dispensaries in Las Vegas alone and another 62 spread statewide. For tourists and residents, it’s been a welcome change creating 7,000 new jobs and opening up new possibilities for enjoying Sin City. However, until recently, legal weed hasn’t had much impact on the gambling industry. Control board officials have threatened casinos caught allowing marijuana on their premises with losing their gaming licenses—a terrifying risk. So, without a place to legally smoke cannabis, tourists haven’t had a lot of options when it comes to consumption. Caesars Entertainment Becomes First Las Vegas Casino to Take a Pro-Cannabis Position

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