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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Hardin Jesson & Terry Sues Atlanta Nursing Home Chain

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$12.5M Fax Judgment Stands Against Gen-Kal Pipe & Steel

The Arkansas Court of Appeals has ruled against the New Jersey businessman behind the fax that led to a $12.5 million class-action judgment.
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