With New Nevada Marijuana Laws on July 1, Watch These Three Marijuana Stocks – Money Morning

On July 1, 2017, Nevada will legalize the use and sale of recreational marijuana, which could be a catalyst for long-term gains for three marijuana stocks.

We’ll get to those three cannabis stocks in just a bit. But first, we wanted to make sure Money Morning readers know all the important details of Nevada’s new marijuana laws. You see, these new laws could inject hundreds of millions of dollars into the Nevada marijuana industry…

What to Know About Nevada’s New Marijuana Laws

Nevada isn’t just legalizing pot, it’s also changing three laws surrounding marijuana.

First, according to the Reno Gazette Journal, there will be a 15% tax on cultivation (for marijuana producers) for both medical and recreational marijuana starting July 1. Additionally, there will be a 10% retail tax on recreational marijuana only.

The cultivation taxes collected by the state will go towards schools, while the revenue from recreational marijuana sales taxes will be put in the state’s rainy day fund.

From just this tax on recreational cannabis, Nevada is expected to generate more than $60 million in revenue over the next two years.

Second, new medical marijuana patients will also receive a break on the cost of medical marijuana cards. Currently, cards cost roughly $100 and expire after a year. Now, the cards will cost roughly $50 and be good for two years.

Reducing the cost of medicinal marijuana cards will make them more affordable for Nevadans.

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Third, the other change in the Nevada cannabis laws deals with past convictions from when marijuana

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