You can visit a medical marijuana dispensary in the state of Nevada. Here are two good ones in the Reno/sparks area.
Check this Nevada statute 453A.364 on this link:
to make sure your state has a database and tracks identification the way that Nevada needs it to.
In Sparks, there is: Silver State Relief
175 East Greg Street
Sparks, NV 89431
Open Monday-Saturday: 10am to 6pm
Website link: http://www.silverstaterelief.com/
In Reno, there is: Sierra Wellness Connection
1605 E 2nd Street
Reno, NV 89502
Open Monday- Saturday
10am to 7pm
And Sunday: 12pm to 5pm
Website link: http://sierrawellnessconnection.com/
They also have a location in Carson City, Nevada- but we have not been to that one yet.
Nevada recognizes nonresident medical marijuana cards-that is the statute I mentioned above.
So, according to current rules: an out of state visiting patient who visits a Nevada dispensary needs to sign an affidavit and receive instructions from the dispensary staff. At that point, state law will protect qualified visitors who make purchases at Nevada state licensed stores.
This is not difficult to do, nor did it take much time.
This health center can help Nevada state residents apply for a medical marijuana card.
Holistic Health Center of Reno
890 Mill St
Reno, NV 89502
Nevada's medical marijuana program went into effect on April 1, 2014.
Here is the link to the Nevada Medical Marijuana Program: http://dpbh.nv.gov/Reg/Medical_Marijuana/
So, this is how Nevada is currently, however there are people who would like to see full legalization of cannabis and they are putting forth a petition to do so.
Initiative Petition 1: which would tax and regulate cannabis similar to alcohol.
It has been certified for the 2016 ballot, Nevada voters will consider Measure 2 on November 8th.
The website for the campaign in support of this measure is: https://www.regulatemarijuanainnevada.org/