Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak has made the final two appointments to the state’s Cannabis Compliance Board, according to the Las Vegas Sun.
Sisolak appointed Bryan Young, a Reno-based physician, and Riana Durrett, the former director of the Nevada Dispensary Association, to the five-member board, the news outlet reported.
The new members join former Nevada Supreme Court Chief Justice Michael Douglas, former Nevada Gaming Control Board Chairman Dennis Neilander and Las Vegas banking executive Jerrie Merrit on the board, which oversees the regulation of the state’s cannabis industry.
The board has met three times this year, the Las Vegas Sun reported, and will hold its next meeting Oct. 20.