After a unanimous decision, Nevada's Gaming Policy Committee has officially approved casino properties to continue hosting marijuana conventions, but buying, selling and consuming products on those properties are still not allowed.

During the meeting, committee members approved a guideline of rules to protect the gaming industry, including advising gaming licensees not to participate in the marijuana industry as a landlord or tenant, recommending that licensees shall not receive financing from or provide financing to individuals, entities or establishments that sell, cultivate or distribute marijuana.

Officials said they also wanted to ensure that no state, federal, or local laws were broken, should a gaming licensee decide to host a marijuana business convention.

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