Nevada's Cannabis Watchdog Suspends Hempire Company's Permits for Breaching Rules


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Aug 26, 2023
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Nevada's Cannabis Compliance Board (CCB) recently stopped The Hempire Company's farming and production activities because the company broke the rules again. This is the second time this year that the CCB has taken such action against them. To start operating again, Hempire has to make a plan to fix what they did wrong. The CCB discovered some fishy things going on, not enough cameras covering the area, and some problems with keeping track of the products and taking care of the environment. This strict action from the CCB shows how closely they watch over everyone. It's also a warning to all the companies that have permits or want to get them in the cannabis business. They need to follow the state's rules. If companies don't have good security, keep track of their products, and control the quality well, they might have to stop their work for a while.

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When it comes to something like cannabis, we need to be certain of what the process is of making it. We need to be able to see what is used, out into it and so on. It sounds like this company was getting lazy and took shortcuts to figure out things. Here's hoping they follow the rules going forward.

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