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Feds Seize Cannabis Seeds Heading to Bold Team Facility

Feds Seize Cannabis Seeds Heading to Bold Team Facility
Bold Team’s Robert Lercher says medical cannabis will be harvested soon.

Federal authorities seized cannabis seeds in transit to the state's first marijuana business operating legally, the cultivator Bold Team LLC of Cotton Plant.
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Pot Edibles Seen Claiming Market Share

Medical marijuana isn't even for sale yet in Arkansas, but some people in the industry are already considering the potential market for medical cannabis edibles.
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Clifford Thornton Returns to Arkansas with Role at USDA (Movers & Shakers)

Clifford Thornton was recently named assistant state conservationist for management and strategy for the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service in Little Rock.
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