State board to consider cannabis amendment on August 3

State board to consider cannabis amendment on August 3



The state Board of Election Commissioners has set Aug. 3 as the date it will consider whether to certify a proposed constitutional amendment to legalize recreational marijuana for the November ballot. 

The board will meet at 1:30 p.m. in the Old Supreme Court chamber at the state Capitol to consider the Arkansas Adult Use Cannabis Amendment sponsored by Responsible Growth Arkansas, according to Daniel Shults, director of the board.

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