Group backed by cannabis cultivators files proposed constitutional amendment to legalize marijuana for adults

Group backed by cannabis cultivators files proposed constitutional amendment to legalize marijuana for adults



A group financed by state medical marijuana cultivators filed a proposal this week for a state constitutional amendment that would legalize marijuana for adults.  

Responsible Growth Arkansas, which has raised $1.75 million from five cultivators, needs 89,151 verified signatures to get on the November ballot. If passed by a majority of voters, the measure would allow Arkansans 21 years and older to legally purchase marijuana without a qualifying medical condition beginning Nov. 18.

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