Patients don’t have to go to DMV for their marijuana cards anymore
A spokeswoman for Nevada’s medical marijuana registry says patients now no longer have to go to the DMV to get their cards.
From now on, those cards will be mailed to patients automatically. Medical marijuana patients now can apply for, pay for and get their medical marijuana approval online and receive the card in the mail.
Patients can go to http://dpbhnv.gov and click on the Medical Marijuana Registry. From there, they can create their account, scan in their drivers’ license and download then print their application.
But patients still have to get a physician to recommend them for the card and sign the waiver/acknowledgement in the presence of a Notary Public.
Those who complete their application can then scan and upload them for approval. Letters of approval can be provided in as little as 24 hours and those letters can be used at dispensaries until the card arrives in the mail.
Despite ongoing difficulties, Northern Nevada’s office real estate market will endure, experts predict
IGT’s decision to list its 1.2 million sq. ft. campus for lease this month and the recent $3.8 million sale of Harley Davidson’s 3-story financial services building in Carson City are the latest examples of companies no longer needing larger-scale office properties to maintain productivity levels and meet customer needs.