A Department of Taxation supervisor, Karalin Cronkhite, said in court on Wednesday that she was unsure whether the marijuana licensing application at the center of a disputed round of state licensing was compliant with voter-approved ballot question language.  Cronkhite was questioned by plaintiff attorney Theodore Parker in regards to the licensing application’s compliance with the 2016 Nevada marijuana legalization ballot measure, also known as Question 2. Parker noted that the regulations stemming from the ballot measure govern a marijuana facility’s physical location, while the application in the recent round of licensing did not seek detailed information on that point. “Was anyone in charge with the task of ensuring that the application was consistent with the ballot question?” asked Parker.  Cronkhite said she recalled searching for consistency “sometimes,” and was not sure whether her state worker colleagues — Jorge Pupo, Ky Plaskon and Steve Gilbert, who previously took the witness stand — ensured the new provisions in the recreational licensing application aligned with the ballot question and the recommendations of a task force put together to update the application rel...