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A potential earthquake for the Arkansas marijuana industry

A potential earthquake for the Arkansas marijuana industry



Bongs and pre-rolled joints could find their way to dispensary shelves pending the outcome of a lawsuit challenging the state legislature’s power to change the state constitution.

Since 2016, when Arkansas voters approved medical marijuana at the polls, the state legislature has voted to change the amendment 27 times. But those changes could be ruled null and void pending the outcome of a lawsuit filed earlier this year in Pulaski County. 

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