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Nevada deems 60% of cannabis social equity lounge applicants ineligible

The Nevada Cannabis Compliance Board has notified six of 10 applicants for social equity consumption lounge licenses that they failed to advance to the next stage in the process.

The six, who were selected by a random computer drawing in 2022, were informed they are not eligible based on residency criteria and will not move ahead in the process, The Nevada Independent reported.


The six ineligible applicants are:

City Lights Production, unincorporated Clark County. GGCPA SE, Nye County. GGGCPA SE 3, unincorporated Clark County. Lyxe Consulting, Las Vegas. NV Cloud 420 Lounge, Las Vegas. Royal Tree TLC, Las Vegas.

The social equity licensing requirements include “residency in an area significantly impacted by poverty and high arrest rates,” according to a

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