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As reported in the IVLV Newsletter this week, the Nevada State Gaming Control Board begins talks on how to handle marijuana as related to Nevada Casinos. Some Nevada Casinos are considering imposing a fee, starting at $250, for cleaning any hotel room where customers elected to use marijuana. What do you think of a marijuana / smoking fee for rooms within Nevada casinos? What is your opinion? We want to hear from you. (See other Readers’ opinions below.)

las vegas and other nevada casinos are facing the marijuna statte law versus federal laws for the casinos to follow

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My opinion is smoking of any kind is terrible and should be $1000 fine minimum. Never do you want to walk into a room and it smells or previous customers habits. Donna Smith Reno, NV

I do not smoke cigaretts and i can tolerate those in the casino. But I do not want smoking of any kind in my hotel room. It is not healthy for us who want to live longer. Donald D. Sacramento, CA

Not to all the above! Like to keep a clean room when we check in.... Randy Schmidt Sabin MN

A 250 fee for cleaning a room is a great idea. G. Guptill Marshfield MA

The fee should be $1000 since they are forcing their illegal federal items on us paying real money for hotel rooms. Glen D. San Francisco, CA

It Is Legal. Just another fee to impose on visitors. Make certain floors as designated marijuana smoking floors and make a few as non-marijuana floors. Who knows you might be a winner on the casino floor and another winner when you go to your room and find a stash some worldly traveler left behind in your room! Howard Indianapolis, IN

Hotels are welcome to set whatever policies they want as long as the policies are not illegal or discriminatory. If they don't want to allow smoking of any kind in the room they should be able to impose a fee. Rich Krause Zion, IL

Another fee? This is asinine. Pot smoke doesn't leave the residual smell that cigarettes do, so therefore the staff wouldn't even know. And what about edibles, those wouldn't smell. I could understand inside the casino floor or even public space, but are they too stupid to think that people have probably been smoking pot in their rooms for over 30 years? Randi Lyn Reed Reno, NV

The restaurants have banned indoor smoking. Its time for the casinos to ban indoor smoking of all kinds including the VAPOR addicts ken arasim Henderson, NV


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