Less than 10 days after Nevada officially legalized recreational marijuana, the state has issued a state of emergency because the supply is running low. Gov. Brian Sandoval, R-Nev., issued the state of emergency on Friday. The edict could allow the state to use other means of supplying dealers with marijuana other than the one contained in the law that legalized marijuana. The state envisioned a system in which liquor wholesalers would supply licensed marijuana dealers

with pot. However, there is a catch. Dealers have to get a license, and none have passed the requirements.“We continue to work with the liquor wholesalers who have applied for distribution licenses, but most don’t yet meet the requirements that would allow us to license them. Even as we attempted to schedule the final facility inspection for one of the applicants this week, they told us their facility was not ready and declined the inspection.  READ MORE