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Arkansas Pot Firms Feud, Pass Around The Blame

Arkansas Pot Firms Feud, Pass Around The Blame

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The state’s largest medical marijuana merchant says Arkansas cultivators have blackballed his business, and he’s planning to sue, alleging they cut off sales after he lobbied for the state to license more growers. read more >

Smoke Clears on Cannabis Cards

Smoke Clears on Cannabis Cards

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Medical marijuana patients in Arkansas have been getting mixed signals about when their cards — whose expiration dates have been extended during the coronavirus pandemic — will start to expire. read more >

Hot Springs Dispensary Leads in Cannabis Sales

Hot Springs Dispensary Leads in Cannabis Sales

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The early bird may get the worm, but being the first legal medical marijuana dispensary to open in Arkansas was not enough to keep Suite 443 of Hot Springs ahead of the rush of competitors. read more >

Eureka Springs Puts Entertainment District to Test

Eureka Springs Puts Entertainment District to Test

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Eureka Springs officials don’t expect many problems from the town’s implementation of an “entertainment district,” but they are also reserving the right to pull the plug if the experiment goes awry. read more >

Lawsuit Challenges State on Dispensary Licensing

Lawsuit Challenges State on Dispensary Licensing

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A company rejected for an Arkansas medical marijuana dispensary license is suing to clear the air over the state’s process of selecting replacement retail outlets when the original licensees fail to open for business. read more >

Specialized Cannabis Clinics Rise to Meet Demand

Specialized Cannabis Clinics Rise to Meet Demand

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With medical marijuana expected to boom into a $100 million-a-year business in Arkansas within a year or two, medical clinics specializing in marijuana certifications are cropping up to handle the rush. read more >