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.
When I opened up my jar of Sun King (I love that Revolution always uses glass jars for its packaging), I was greeted by the unmistakable smell of OG Kush, which is a pungent blend of pine, citrus and diesel fuel, except this strain has an added earthy aroma that is not as prevalent in the original OG Kush.
The industry-backed proposal is more than halfway to the ballot, but rivals pledge opposition.
Fults stops signature push for marijuana amendment, will instead work to defeat industry-backed effort
Arkansas marijuana advocate Melissa Fults has ended her attempt to put a constitutional amendment legalizing recreational marijuana on the ballot this year and, instead, will devote her time to defeating a well-financed amendment supported by the state’s marijuana cultivators.
North to south, the Arkansas cannabis industry continues to evolve and grow.
In addition to all of the new official Cookies strains available at Berner's by Good Day Farm Dispensary, there are also new GDF strains available using Cookies genetics. I have been very impressed with the quality of Cookies strains I have tried so far, but they are priced at a level that not everyone can afford.
The intoxicating cousin to marijuana is widely available and free of regulation — for now.
Common ownership of cultivation centers and dispensaries has some crying foul.
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.
West Little Rock’s first dispensary will have a new name at its grand opening event next week after state regulators were officially notified at their Thursday meeting that the store will be branded after a rapper and cannabis entrepreneur.
If you find yourself in need of some sleepy relaxation, Dr. Yes highly recommends trying Blackwater from Natural State Medicinals.
The hole gang bailed, but The Observer persisted to provide you with this review.
Northern Lights is a longtime celebrity strain in the cannabis world, so it seemed like a good candidate for our first showdown review.
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.
A prominent Louisiana shipbuilder, political donor and philanthropist has become the largest shareholder of a Little Rock dispensary after state regulators approved the change of ownership at their meeting on Thursday.
Puff, puff, pass: comparing and contrasting the three petitions to allow adults to use marijuana recreationally in Arkansas
Arkansans have a chance to add their names to three petitions for state constitutional amendments that would legalize recreational marijuana for adults. But the three proposals differ in how they would shape cannabis use in the state.
Beloved throughout the cannabis world, Blue Dream has been one of the most popular and sought after strains of the last decade. It's famous for having an uplifting high and a sweet berry flavor. This has been one of my favorite strains for many years, so I picked some up from Native Green Wellness in Little Rock to see if Bold Team Cultivation's version lives up to its famous reputation.
Laws and culture combined in the past to prevent federal studies about medical marijuana. But now, with those barriers lifted, researchers with the Arkansas Center for Health Improvement can dig in using a federal $1.3 million grant.
Three amendments could make it on to the ballot in November to expand Arkansans' legal access to marijuana. Former state Rep. Eddie Armstrong makes his pitch for why he thinks his is the best.
River Valley Relief Cultivation is the latest medical marijuana grower to deliver cannabis to Arkansas dispensaries. The Fort Smith-based cultivator has supplied some dozen strains to about a dozen dispensaries over the last week, owner Storm Nolan said. It'll be everywhere soon, he said. "We're slowly getting it rolled out to everybody."