Keep the Weed in the Hotel
While it’s popular to smoke weed at parties, like bachelor and bachelorette parties, it’s advised to be careful of where you decide to smoke.
The state of Nevada legalized the use of recreational marijuana in 2016, allowing individuals over the age of 21 to possess and consume marijuana for personal use. However, it is important to note that the use of marijuana in any public place is still illegal in the state.
It’s important to consider the potential legal consequences of consuming marijuana in public places. In Nevada, the possession of marijuana in a public place is considered a misdemeanour and can result in fines and potential jail time.
Furthermore, the use of marijuana in public places goes against the spirit of the law that legalised its use in the first place. The legalisation of marijuana was intended to regulate and control its consumption, not to promote its use in public spaces.
It is important to respect the laws and regulations surrounding marijuana use and only consume it in the privacy of your own home. Let’s keep our public spaces safe and clean for everyone to enjoy their bachelorette or bachelor party in Las Vegas.