Tech-based startups are looking make buying recreational marijuana easier, developing websites and programs to help consumers explore, learn and make a purchase before they step into a dispensary.

The trend continues in the Las Vegas Valley and Nevada, as more tech companies are moving into the state and progressive marijuana laws encourage the development of cannabis-related businesses.

Many budding cannabis-based tech companies hope to offer the same consumer access that shoppers expect with traditional brick-and-mortar retail stores, as more people hope to buy online with the ease of an app.

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Jaclyn Schultz ~ Fox5LasVegas.com

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