Arkansas announces first medical marijuana dispensary licenses

Arkansas issued its first six licenses for companies to promote medical marijuana within the state, one other welcome improvement for hashish firm house owners which have waited for this system to roll out since voters accredited it in 2016.

Sales aren’t more likely to start till April on the earliest.

The Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration (DFA) stated six of the 32 dispensaries the state’s Medical Marijuana Commission had introduced it will license have paid the $15,000 licensing payment and posted the $100,000 efficiency bond.

A DFA spokesman stated the division anticipates the remaining corporations will proceed to pay and submit the bond over the subsequent week.

The dispensaries can start constructing or getting ready amenities however should cross a ultimate inspection earlier than they will open.

One of the 5 cultivation amenities licensed by the state earlier this month was the first get approval to start rising medical marijuana. It stated it expects to have MMJ obtainable for dispensaries in April.

Associated Press and Marijuana Business Daily

Categories: Arkansas Medical Cannabis Business & Marijuana Legal News, Briefs, Dispensary/Retail Store Business News, United States


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