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Smell in the dell: Leafology's neighbors unhappy with facility's cannabis odors

After state regulators fined Leafology over smell issues last year, the cultivators say they're doing "everything they can" to mitigate odors. But the facility's neighbors, like Phil Higdon, are still unhappy.
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Attorney general signs off on ballot measure to expand medical marijuana

The amendment would make it easier for patients to access the program, allow them to grow their own plants, and allow for the sale of pre-rolls.
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January medical marijuana sales total $23 million

The numbers were on par with the $23.1 million patients spent in January 2023.

Medical marijuana group submits revised amendment to AG

Attorney General Tim Griffin rejected the group's first submission last month.
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Judge stays ruling, allows appeal in Fiddler's Green case

A circuit judge in Stone County ruled last month that the owners had breached a contract to sell the dispensary.

Tax turnaround: Ark. marijuana revenue is paying for some school meals.

A change to medical marijuana tax uses has brought relief at school cafeterias.
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Medical Marijuana Commission approves sale of Conway dispensary

The commission did not consider the move of a Little Rock dispensary to Jacksonville after the licensee requested it be tabled before the meeting.

Griffin rejects ballot title for medical marijuana amendment

Attorney General Tim Griffin cited several technical issues with the amendment's ballot title and directed its backers to redesign it.
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Jacksonville dispensary request pulled from commission agenda

Greenlight Little Rock pulled its request to move to a site in Jacksonville near the border with Cabot.

'Ask Ethel' to offer cannabis info around state on Saturday

Cannabis professionals and medical marijuana patients will be speaking about cannabis and answering questions.
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Cannabis curious find new strains, edibles and more at cannabis expo

Cannabis butter, food seasonings and infused sodas were among the items on display.

Amendment to expand medical marijuana program filed with AG

The amendment would extend patient cards to three years, eliminate fees on patient cards and allow patients to grow up to seven plants. Marijuana advocates Melissa Fults and David Couch said today they support the measure.

Dark Horse CEO takes ownership of Pine Bluff dispensary

Casey Flippo, CEO of Little Rock cannabis processor Dark Horse Medicinals, will take over Hash and Co. of Pine Bluff.

Arkansas medical marijuana patients spent a record $283 million last year

Suite 443 in Hot Springs and Natural Relief Dispensary in Sherwood were the top-selling dispensaries last year.

State uses medical marijuana taxes to pay for school lunches

The state now collects around $31 million a year in tax revenue from medical marijuana sale, some of which is being used to further subsidize the meals of students receiving reduced-price school lunches.

Judge rules marijuana advertising case will continue

Pulaski County Circuit Judge Chip Welch was unconvinced that marijuana's status under federal law should limit advertising in the state cannabis industry.

From courtrooms to grow rooms, a big year for cannabis in Arkansas

We drank a hemp-derived THC seltzer at a bar and we tried a THC-infused sex lube. What a year!

Riverdale-based Good Day Farm dispensary moving to Cantrell office building

The Medical Marijuana Commission also approved an online licensing system for cannabis industry employees.

Count down to Christmas with a cannabis Advent calendar

The calendars from a Texas-based company include hemp-derived THC edibles and are available for shipment to Arkansas.

Judge plans to rule in cannabis advertising case by year's end

Pulaski County Circuit Judge Chip Welch ruled on part of the case earlier this year when he struck down 27 legislative changes to the state marijuana amendment.
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