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Courts and states have eliminated residency requirements, Arkansas could join

Courts and states have eliminated residency requirements, Arkansas could join



Recent court rulings and changes to state regulations around the country indicate residency requirements for owning cannabis businesses are on the way out and, if voters approve a recreational marijuana amendment next month, Arkansas’s residency requirements will go away as well. 

The Arkansas Adult Use Cannabis Amendment would not only legalize marijuana for adults 21 and older but would also eliminate any residency requirements for the owners of cannabis businesses in the state. 

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