Legalizing recreational marijuana in Arkansas would have an economic impact of $2.36 billion and create 6,400 jobs over five years, according to an economic impact study commissioned by Responsible Growth Arkansas, the sponsor of an amendment that would legalize cannabis for adults 21 and older.
The industry-backed group working to legalize recreational marijuana in Arkansas received $605,000 in donations last month and has about half a million dollars on hand, according to financial documents filed with the state Ethics Commission.
After an order by the state Supreme Court set off a bit of confusion Monday, Arkansas Secretary of State John Thurston and a representative for the state attorney general filed official documentation Tuesday declaring a recreational marijuana amendment’s ballot title to be insufficient based on a state board’s determination last month.
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.
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.
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