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Fort Smith Cultivator License Keeps License But Remains in Court

River Valley Relief Cultivation’s Storm Nolan saw his license renewed even as the state Supreme Court reviews a lower court’s order for the license to be stripped. read more >
Agriculture & Poultry / Health Care / Legal

High Court Stays Marijuana Cultivator’s License Revocation

The Arkansas Supreme Court has promised a quick review of an appeal by grower Storm Nolan in the case. read more >
Storm Nolan, owner of River Valley Relief Cultivation
Agriculture & Poultry / Government & Politics / Legal

ABC Director Revokes Fort Smith Cultivator’s Marijuana License

The decision was somewhat expected, but still was a blow to owner Storm Nolan, who invested $8 million in the business. read more >
Storm Nolan of River Valley Relief Cultivation in Fort Smith
Agriculture & Poultry / Legal

Update: Judge Denies Fort Smith Cultivator’s Request for Rehearing in License Case

Storm Nolan argues that a ruling against River Valley Relief was flawed, and says $6 million worth of medical cannabis would go to waste if he's stripped of his license. read more >
A proposal to legalize medical marijuana has been approved for the November ballot in Arkansas.
Government & Politics / Legal

Attorneys Seek to Block ABC Hearing on Cultivation License

They want a judge to force state regulators to comply with a ruling against River Valley Relief Cultivation. read more >
Storm Nolan, principal owner of River Valley Relief Cultivation in Fort Smith.
Agriculture & Poultry / Health Care / Legal

State Moves to Revoke Fort Smith Cultivator’s Marijuana License

The licensing reversal favored 2600 Holdings of Little Rock, doing business as Southern Roots Cultivation, which had sued claiming it should have rightfully won the license. read more >
In this file photo, Dr. Carl Johnson of 2600 Holdings of Little Rock, left, speaks with Abtin Mehdizadegan, center, and Brett Taylor, right, attorneys with Cross Gunter Witherspoon & Galchus P.C.
Government & Politics / Legal

Judge Rules Fort Smith Cannabis Cultivator Got License Improperly

A Pulaski County circuit judge rules that the Medical Marijuana Commission and others acted “unreasonably, unlawfully, and capriciously” by awarding a cultivation license to River Valley Relief Cultivation of Fort Smith. read more >
Nate Steel, a Little Rock lawyer, is chief compliance and government affairs officer for Good Day Farm, which supports adult-use cannabis and the causes that tax proceeds from legalization would support.
Agriculture & Poultry / Government & Politics / Legal

Cannabis Legalization: Business Pros and ConsLock Icon

What the vote for recreational marijuana could mean for business, from the size of the market to its sales and tax potential. read more >
David Couch, author of Arkansas’ medical marijuana amendment.
Agriculture & Poultry / Health Care / Legal / Retail

Cannabis Licensing at Issue as Adult-Use Vote Looms

As Arkansans face a possible November vote on legalizing recreational marijuana, the state Supreme Court has cast heavy legal shade over the system that handed out those licenses in the first place. read more >