LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Clark County Commissioners have approved allocating close to three million dollars in marijuana business license fees to help homeless youth and at-risk children.
The announcement made on Dec. 15 states that funds from marijuana business license fees would be added to the Joint Transitional Housing & Rehousing Program for at-risk youth.
A Clark County Twitter post says organizations to receive funding are as follows:
- Help of Southern Nevada
- Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth (NPHY)
- St. Jude’s Ranch for Children