"So we have identified some properties, BLM properties around the valley that are in Clark County and our proposal will include building or converting current facilities for some number of homeless people." Clark County Commissioner Jim Gibson
"The thing that I am concerned about is that we have a whole lot of (marijuana) consumption that is happening illegally and we voted as a state to legalize it. So there are some disconnects along the way."
Clark County Commissioner Jim Gibson
"What we really need to get this tourism off the ground are these pot lounges, so we can actually legitimately say, 'Come to Nevada, purchase it and there's a place to use it." Clark County Commissioner-elect Tick Segerblom
"I think we have an opportunity to revisit legislation from last session, fine tune it and see if it is something palatable, to be able to provide health care for every Nevadan, if possible."
Assembly Speaker Jason Frierson
"Some people see it as a criminal justice issue. Some see it as a states rights issue. Some look at it just as a business and some are just old hippies who just want to get stoned." Rep. Dina Titus, D-LV
"Obviously, all of us from Las Vegas who have licenses to own properties and have gaming licenses in Macau, those licenses were always time-limited. And those licenses are coming up and I think there is a concern that we have pushed the Chinese so far that this snowball of retaliation can come back to haunt all of us."
Pat Mulroy, board members of Wynn Resorts
"Japan is hugely important, not only to Caesars but the entire gaming industry. This is probably the single most important market to open in the last decade for sure, maybe the last two decades."
Jan Jones Blackhurst, executive VP government relations and corporate responsibility for Caesars Entertainment.
"Gov. Sisolak, he is not an educator. He is a fine man and he is very focused on results and I hope he gets the right people around him and doesn't recycle the mediocrity that has been here for 40 years in education."
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman