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Adult use marijuana campaign making headway

Adult use marijuana campaign making headway

The industry-backed group trying to legalize recreational marijuana in Arkansas has collected more than 65,000 verified signatures and has spent more than $1 million in its attempt to make the November ballot, according to the group’s most recent financial report.

Arkansas marijuana monopolies?

Arkansas marijuana monopolies?

Common ownership of cultivation centers and dispensaries has some crying foul. 

Dr. Yes bananas for Cookies

Dr. Yes bananas for Cookies

With the small number of cultivators and dispensaries available in the Arkansas Medical Marijuana program, I always get excited when a new company joins the fray. Cookies, a multi-state cannabis company based in California, has teamed up with Good Day Farm both on its new Chenal Parkway dispensary location in Little Rock, bringing several Cookies signature cannabis strains to the Central Arkansas market.

Delta gets Gorilla’d Cheese right

Delta gets Gorilla’d Cheese right

Since I first got my Arkansas medical marijuana card a couple of years ago, I’ve found that Delta delivers high quality cannabis more consistently than any other cultivator in the program. Although the price is also higher than average, I am rarely left with a case of buyer’s remorse.

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.

Grandma’s guide to marijuana

Grandma’s guide to marijuana

For folks new to medical marijuana, here’s a glossary.

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

Still under construction, Grady marijuana cultivator gets license extension

Still under construction, Grady marijuana cultivator gets license extension

Carpenter Medical Group will have seven more months to complete its medical marijuana cultivation facility after state regulators granted an extension to the Southeast Arkansas cultivator that had recently abandoned its license.

A guide to Little Rock area medical marijuana dispensaries

A guide to Little Rock area medical marijuana dispensaries

The bake sale is on.

Medical marijuana commission declares dispensary application process expired, leaving two licenses unawarded

Medical marijuana commission declares dispensary application process expired, leaving two licenses unawarded

The state medical marijuana commission voted unanimously Tuesday night to expire dispensary applications effective Jan. 9, leaving two of the state’s 40 licenses unawarded.

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