LAS VEGAS, NV – The state of Nevada finally legalized selling of marijuana. Tourism is projected to overflow once the sale starts this July 1st. The year 2016 has been a huge turnaround for marijuana advocates in the state. They have fought for the legalization of marijuana since studies have shown rich implications to cure some diseases.
It was only November last year when a ruling of 54.4 percent voted for the legalization of cannabis over the 45.4 percent who opposed was finally released. The marijuana supporters rejoiced when pots have been legally approved in the state. However, it is subjected to some terms and conditions.
Marijuana has been categorized as a recreational tool. The legalization has paved new directions in some bill developments such as the civil rights aspect and blood-testing or pot bill.
With everything seemed to be in perfect order, a lot of doors are expected to open up as the sale of cannabis is expected to blow up on the day it can legally be distributed. It would also mean a huge tourism turnaround in Nevada. Tourists from all around the world will surely not miss the chance to finally purchase something that has been long considered illegal and a criminal offense.
Residents and business owners in Las Vegas are all excited in the positive implications of the July 1st opening. They are sure that their city will draw a lot of attention from numerous tourists. This would mean gaining higher sales revenue from them and a shorter return on investments for business owners.
According to one local there, he thinks that Las Vegas “has a great potential, it has been known as the sin city and what better way to have fun than to have a little cannabis on the side.”
With the expected skyrocketing revenue, the government of Nevada should put the creation of the perfect concoction into high consideration. This is to make the taxes and distribution mechanism all fit in perfect order. Proper taxation should be regulated to avoid mishap, and right distribution of the funds can be attained.