Arkansas Marijuana Commission Waiting on Applications

Application window closes on Sept. 18.

July 13, 2017
ArkansasMatters.com
Legislation and regulation Medical State by State: Arkansas

EUREKA SPRINGS, Ark. (KOLR) -- Arkansas is in the process of making its medical marijuana market.

Ten days ago, the state began accepting applications from potential business owners looking to establish one of Arkansas’ first cultivation facilities and dispensaries. So far, there have been no applications submitted.

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While the official paperwork may not be in, Eureka Springs Mayor, Butch Berry, says he has heard from several entrepreneurs looking to establish a dispensary inside city limits.

"One of the arts of Eureka Springs is the healing arts,” Berry says, “so we think medical marijuana is a perfect fit for our community."

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