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Commissioners in Nevada’s Clark County have voted to ban marijuana advertising and possession at Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport.

The advertising ban covers all airport-owned property throughout the county – which includes Las Vegas – including land that’s leased to private businesses, the Review-Journal reported.

The ban doesn’t apply to taxis and personal vehicles cloaked in vinyl advertising, according to the newspaper.

Commissioner Larry Brown – who supported the advertising ban and the exceptions for vinyl-wrapped vehicles – said marijuana industry representatives helped ease his concerns about cannabis and advertising enough to allow him to support

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