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Nevada pot sales start new fiscal year with monthly record

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Steve Marcus Cannabis concentrates are revealed at Exhale Nevada during a dispensary bus tour sponsored by the Las Vegas Medical Marijuana Association Friday, April 20, 2018.

Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018|12:59 p.m.

CARSON CITY– Nevada kicked off the very first month of the brand-new with its greatest month-to-month cannabis sales considering that the state legislated pot for recreational use on July 1, 2017.

The Nevada Tax Department stated today the $7.9 million in marijuana tax earnings in July was 11 percent higher than Fiscal Year 2018’s 3 finest months– March, May and June of 2018– all at about $7.1 million.

It was a 92 percent gain from the inaugural month of sales in July 2017, $4.1 million.

State tax income from pot sales exceeded forecasts last by 140 percent, a total of $69.8 million.

For 2019 ending next June 30, the department formally prepares for $69.4 million in earnings. However officials say that forecast made in 2017 hasn’t been adjusted to show in 2015’s real collections.

Regular monthly party Soft Leather commemorates 2 uninhibited years in Las Vegas

If you have actually been to Soft Leather at any point over the previous two years, you understand the monthly party is a location to see and be seen. It’s the type of occasion for which loyal participants plan far beforehand, making sure their epic attires will stick out in a crowd and look perfect in front of the cam. And thanks to its attractive hosts and skilled DJs, Soft Leather has actually run without a drawback for the last 24 months, providing underground house lovers, queer folks and fashion-forward influencers a space to be their unabashed selves.

One of those key players is Ashelynne Cyrena Morales, a host-turned-DJ who’s everything about making the party as fun and inclusive as possible. Part of the Vegas Soft Leather crew from the beginning, Morales– best known by her DJ name A.C. Esme– has made it her objective to spread out the event’s favorable values to anyone and everyone. “It’s something people will actually look forward to all month,” Morales says. “We welcome individuals to come as they are. We’re actually open– you want to try something brand-new, reveal a bit of skin? Our motto is gown to sweat, and that really shows on the dancefloor.”

Morales has actually known how to DJ since high school, however it wasn’t until last year that she dove back into the dance world. Now she’s a regular DJ and tastemaker, curating your house, techno and disco sounds for which Soft Leather has actually ended up being known, names like Louisahhh and Brodinski and labels like Hot Haus, Turbo and Toy Tonics.

“I value the opportunity to be around numerous skilled individuals. We all have our different strengths,” Morales says. It’s something she’s quick to repeat: Soft Leather isn’t really successful since of one person or perhaps a select few; it’s a collective with a mindful hive mind built around support.

“It’s truly just about linking individuals,” Morales states. “We celebrate that vulnerability, and you can actually see it in the air with how open and free people are.”

For Soft Leather’s September 27 anniversary party at Oddfellows, the cumulative is generating vogue and ballroom DJ MikeQ to celebrate two years of “culture, community, visceral extravagance” and “uninhibited self-expression.” If you aren’t already familiar, the New Jersey DJ is the name behind the Qween Beat record label and New york city’s monthly Home of Style celebration– it’s just fitting he ‘d be the one headlining Soft Leather’s birthday celebration.

But Morales sums it up finest: “We enjoy the queer-dos; we like the misfits. Soft Leather is for everybody. It has to do with searching for new ways to express yourself.”

Soft Leather Two-Year Anniversary September 27, 9:30 p.m., $6-$10. Oddfellows, 702-834-3377.

Nevada reports 92nd monthly increase in taxable sales

Thursday, May 10, 2018|10:37 a.m.

CARSON CITY– Nevada is reporting a monthly increase in taxable sales in February, for the 92nd successive month.

The Nevada Department of Taxation reported Wednesday that the $4.35 billion taxable sales figure for the month represented a 3.2 percent boost over February 2017.

State financial expert Bill Anderson states there has actually been a constant increase given that the low point throughout the Great Recession, and taxable sales are now up almost 60 percent considering that mid-2010.

Statewide, taxable sales are up 4.2 percent for the very first eight months of this compared to the same period last year.

The report states the state has collected more than $88 million in sales taxes this fiscal year, compared with simply under $83 million a year ago.

The greatest gains have actually been in professional, science and innovation services and structure materials sales.