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Lawyers file new suit against Gray, Steel related to Morrilton dispensary

Lawyers file new suit against Gray, Steel related to Morrilton dispensary

The lawyers who filed a lawsuit last week over a Heber Springs dispensary filed another suit Tuesday against the same defendants over a Morrilton dispensary.  Daniel Holland and Scott Poynter, along with attorney James Streett, filed a suit Tuesday against Alex Gray, Nate Steel and two law firms associated with them over allegations related to… View Article

Heber Springs dispensary owners file suit over fraud, legal malpractice

Heber Springs dispensary owners file suit over fraud, legal malpractice

Former state legislator Marshall Wright filed a lawsuit this week accusing Alex Gray and Nate Steel of fraud and legal malpractice. Gray said he and Steel “categorically deny any wrongdoing.”

Sanders opposes marijuana legalization, accepts nearly $50,000 from industry leaders

Sanders opposes marijuana legalization, accepts nearly $50,000 from industry leaders

Arkansas Republican gubernatorial nominee Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Monday that she opposes legalizing recreational marijuana in Arkansas. Owners of the state’s cultivators and dispensaries have contributed heavily to Sanders who could wield significant power over the regulation of the industry if elected.

Little Rock lawyer Alex Gray and other investors in Good Day Farm look to become a regional player in the cannabis industry

Little Rock lawyer Alex Gray and other investors in Good Day Farm look to become a regional player in the cannabis industry

Gray is co-owner of both a medical marijuana cultivation facility and a dispensary in Arkansas, and of cultivation facilities in Louisiana and Missouri. He and other investors are primed to open a grow operation in Mississippi and continue to expand throughout the Southeast as the ever-evolving market continues to open up

Arkansas marijuana commission takes step to award final dispensary licenses

Arkansas marijuana commission takes step to award final dispensary licenses

The Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission unanimously decided Thursday to choose the state’s final two dispensaries from a list of expired applications rather than initiate a new application process if the governor’s office and a legislative committee sign off on the process.

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