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US: Arkansas accepting medical marijuana applications

The application period for people seeking to grow, distribute or use medical marijuana in Arkansas is officially open.

State officials opened the application period Friday and runs until Sept. 18.

Voters last November made Arkansas the first Bible Belt state to legalize medical marijuana, clearing the way for people with certain medical conditions to use the drug.

The Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration's Alcoholic Beverage Control will award five cultivation licenses and 32 dispensary licenses. 

Read more at ktbs.com

Publication date: 7/6/2017

 


 

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