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Garland County cultivator Leafology hits the market, more products on the way

Garland County cultivator Leafology hits the market, more products on the way

Flower from Garland County cultivator Leafology has hit the shelves in about a dozen dispensaries and more products are in the workds, according to Leafology President Brent McCord.

Commission receives notice of floor plan changes, approves change to ownership documents

Commission receives notice of floor plan changes, approves change to ownership documents

The state Medical Marijuana Commission received notice of two floor plan changes and approved a correction to ownership documents during a short meeting Thursday.

Judge denies Nolan new trial in case over River Valley license

Judge denies Nolan new trial in case over River Valley license

Circuit Judge Herb Wright denied the owner of an embattled Fort Smith cultivation facility from intervening in a case that could determine his business’ fate and denied him a new trial in the matter in a pair of rulings issued Monday. 

Plaintiffs in River Valley case ask judge to enforce order, call off revocation hearing

Plaintiffs in River Valley case ask judge to enforce order, call off revocation hearing

The plaintiffs in the River Valley case have asked Judge Herb Wright to step in to enforce his orders and stop a revocation hearing from taking place later this month. The plaintiffs also say the state agency defendants should have to show cause as to why they shouldn’t be held in contempt.

Commission to consider ownership, location changes but no word on River Valley license

Commission to consider ownership, location changes but no word on River Valley license

The state Medical Marijuana Commission will meet tomorrow to consider three requests for ownership changes and a location change. The commission is set to receive a litigation update but a spokesman could not say if the commission will discussion the possible revocation of River Valley Relief Cultivation’s license.

Courts and states have eliminated residency requirements, Arkansas could join

Courts and states have eliminated residency requirements, Arkansas could join

Court rulings and changes to regulations in a number of states have eliminated residency requirements for cannabis businesses. If the voters pass Issue 4, Arkansas’s residency requirements will go away as well, a point opponents have identified as a reason to oppose the amendment.

Cannabis processor Dark Horse Medicinals puts its own products on the shelves

Cannabis processor Dark Horse Medicinals puts its own products on the shelves

Dark Horse Medicinals, a cannabis processor in Little Rock, buys material from cultivators and dispensaries and makes its own products that are sold under the Dark Horse name. The company, which has expanded to 10,000 square-feet, also does white labeling for cultivators and dispensaries.

Economic studies on cannabis amendment in the works

Economic studies on cannabis amendment in the works

Two economic studies on a proposed amendment to legalize recreational marijuana are in the works. A study by Responsible Growth Arkansas is expected this week while the state Department of Finance and Administration is working on another.

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.

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