A group of Arkansas veterans hopes to soon transform a near-defunct prison complex into an enclave for recovering ex-military members.
Seeking to avoid further setbacks, the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission will hire a consultant to evaluate proposals for the state's first cannabis dispensaries.
Arkansas lawmakers OK rule allowing panel to hire expert to grade medical cannabis dispensary applications
Lawmakers on Thursday approved an emergency rule allowing the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission to hire an outside consultant to grade more than 200 applications for the state’s first medical cannabis dispensaries.
Arkansas Department of Veterans Affairs officials hope to ramp up efforts to fill the remaining beds at the state's new facility for elderly and disabled veterans in central Arkansas.
The Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission -- hoping to avoid further delays and legal challenges -- is poised to hire an outside consultant to determine which of 32 companies will be the first to sell cannabis legally in the Natural State.
Josh Nicholson wants to take his wife to the movies again, but for that, he needs cannabis.
Arkansas officially licensed its first medical marijuana growers on Tuesday after a contentious application process and monthslong court battle.
Court pleadings and media reports have uncovered a host of inconsistencies, irregularities and other issues in the scoring and application process for Arkansas’ first medical marijuana growing and selling licenses.
R.D. Kinsey sat at his new desk in the state commander's office of the American Legion's Arkansas headquarters for the first time last week.
Focus on dispensary-application scores
After months of controversy around its selection of the state’s first marijuana growers, the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission will explore hiring an “independent consultant” to grade the nearly 230 applications for the dispensaries to sell the finished product.