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Good Day introduces Game Day Gummies for football season

Good Day introduces Game Day Gummies for football season

Good Day Farm has introduced Game Day Gummies for football season. The cherry and vanilla gummies contain 10mg of THC and are gluten-free and vegan.

Mike Tyson’s ear-shaped gummies prohibited in Arkansas, Colorado

Mike Tyson’s ear-shaped gummies prohibited in Arkansas, Colorado

Mike Tyson’s ear-shaped edibles wouldn’t be allowed in Arkansas dispensaries because state regulations prohibit edibles in human shapes. Tyson’s brand of edibles, called Mike’s Bites, have already been banned in Colorado for similar reasons.

Medical marijuana tax collections top $32 million, up 7%

Medical marijuana tax collections top $32 million, up 7%

The state medical marijuana industry generated more than $32 million in tax revenue during the last fiscal year, which is a 7% increase over the previous fiscal year. The taxes support the state agencies that regulate the industry and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.

What happens to marijuana and hemp waste?

What happens to marijuana and hemp waste?

Two state agencies have strict rules on how marijuana and hemp plant waste must be disposed of. The state Alcoholic Beverage Control Division, which regulates medical marijuana, and the state Department of Agriculture, which regulates hemp, provide rules for disposing of the waste.

Follow-up: Why dispensaries can’t sell Delta-8

Follow-up: Why dispensaries can’t sell Delta-8

While Delta-8 THC is mostly unregulated in Arkansas, the state’s medical marijuana dispensaries are not allowed to sell Delta-8 products. This prohibition stems from a state Medical Marijuana Commission rule about product additives.

Campaign underway for marijuana legalization

Campaign underway for marijuana legalization

Arkansas adults will be able to legally purchase marijuana for recreational use by February 2023 if a recently filed constitutional amendment proposal makes the ballot and is approved by voters next year.