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During a Tuesday meeting, CCB Executive Director Tyler Klimas announced that provisional licensees have until the end of September to request another 90-day extension, stating that more than 19 entities have not submitted for an extension.
Asia Duncan said the resource site, located in a downtown Arts District building, will include co-working areas, two courtyards, free Wi-Fi and an event calendar filled with on-site classes such as trauma-informed yoga, sound bowl healing therapy or a spiritual ritual that includes sound waves released from the vibrations of “singing bowls,” as well as educational and professional development workshops.
Los líderes sindicales representando a 53,000 empleados de resorts en el Strip y el centro de la ciudad han emitido una amenaza de huelga si las negociaciones contractuales no mejoran antes de fin de mes.
The decision to cut down the trees has been criticized on X, formerly known as Twitter, and a petition circulating online is calling on MGM Resorts to pledge to plant new trees elsewhere in the Las Vegas Valley.
According to Layke Martin, the executive director of the Nevada Cannabis Association, cannabis businesses could see up to an 80 percent drop in their tax burden if the drug is rescheduled because the tax code would allow them to write off more expenses. She said this could lead to lower prices for cannabis.