Cannabis Possession, Ads Banned at Las Vegas Airport

If federal Transportation Security Administration screeners find pot at security stations, they can alert Las Vegas police, officials said.

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September 8, 2017
Associated Press
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Recreational marijuana may be legal in Nevada, but add McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas to the list of places including casinos where pot is still banned.

Clark County commissioners have banned marijuana possession and advertising at the airport in a vote Tuesday that raised the possibility travelers leaving town with less than an ounce could get a ticket and have their marijuana confiscated.

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If federal Transportation Security Administration screeners find pot at security stations, they can alert Las Vegas police, officials said. Violators could face a misdemeanor charge or civil fines.

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