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Abtin Mehdizadegan, left, and Brett Taylor, attorneys with Cross Gunter Witherspoon & Galchus PC, representing Southern Roots Cultivation, led by Dr. Carl Johnson, right.
Agriculture & Poultry / Government & Politics / Health Care / Legal / Retail

Medical Marijuana Licensing Under FireLock Icon

Sworn depositions reveal that the original licensing process was questionable enough to spawn an FBI investigation. read more >
Dr. James M. Hawk’s office at 303 W Newman Avenue in Harrison. Hawk, whose medical license is suspended, is accused of overprescribing pain medication.
Government & Politics / Legal / Small Business

Harrison Doctor’s Second Chances Piling Up at State Medical BoardLock Icon

The Arkansas State Medical Board suspended a Harrison doctor’s medical license last June, for the third time in four years, after multiple complaints that the doctor overprescribed opioids and had serious mental health issues, an examination of his file reveals. read more >
Dr. Carlos Roman, member of the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission
Agriculture & Poultry / Health Care / Media & Marketing

No Confidence (Editorial)

Video of a Dr. Carlos Roman and unsuccessful applicant further clouds the process of choosing winners of the valuable cultivators’ permits. read more >
Agriculture & Poultry / Government & Politics / Health Care / Retail

Arkansas to Outsource Evaluation of Medical Pot Applications

The Arkansas Medical Marijuana commission voted to give a consulting group the power to evaluate applications and award 32 dispensary licenses for medical pot. read more >
Dr. Carlos Roman, member of the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission
Agriculture & Poultry / Government & Politics / Health Care / Investments / Legal

Marijuana Commission’s Carlos Roman Defends Panel’s ChoicesLock Icon

Dr. Carlos Roman, a member of the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission, disputes what he calls the “false narrative” about his scoring of the applicants and defended the honesty of the commission. read more >