Medical cannabis in Arkansas is getting closer and closer.
Looks like medical marijuana patients in Arkansas won't have to go to Oklahoma to get their medication after all.
38-year-old pediatric nurse Justin Smith says he's seen firsthand how medical cannabis treatments can benefit sick children.
Arkansas' 2-year-old MMJ program hasn't licensed any dispensaries or even issued patient licenses, making its patients ineligible for Oklahoma's out-of-state permits.
Commissioners’ familiarity with law and contractor scheduling difficulties are apparently to blame.
By 2019, patients in Arkansas should have access to medical marijuana products.
The five medical cannabis cultivators the state approved in February can now receive their grow licenses.
A truck driver learned the hard way not to try to traffic large quantities of cannabis in Arkansas.
Now that the Arkansas Supreme Court is to review the hold on cannabis growers' licenses, there is a renewed sense of hope in the state.
In an unforeseen move, an Arkansas judge rescinds all cannabis cultivation licenses that potential growers were about to be issued.