Several attorneys for winning bidders argued:

  • Their clients are losing money because they can’t open.
  • Would-be customers are being hurt.
  • The state is losing tax revenue.

Nevada tax figures project that the 65 recreational and medical stores currently open would report about $630 million in total sales for the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2019.

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Nevada judge freezes permits for new recreational marijuana shops