Deadline arrives for medical marijuana permit applications | Arkansas Blog

Monday, September 18, 2017

Deadline arrives for medical marijuana permit applications

Posted By on Mon, Sep 18, 2017 at 7:25 AM

click to enlarge IN LINE: KARK/Fox 16 reports seven people in line early this morning on the last day to apply for medical mariuana permits. - KARK
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  • IN LINE: KARK/Fox 16 reports seven people in line early this morning on the last day to apply for medical mariuana permits.

Today's the deadline for filing applications for permits to grow or dispense medical marijuana in Arkansas and KARK reports that a line began forming Sunday night at the state office where applications are filed.

Through Friday, 19 applications had been filed for the five grow permits to be issued and 52 applications had been filed for 32 dispensary permits. The end of the application period will begin a lengthy review process.

UPDATE: By late afternoon, the state ABC Division, which is in charge of permitting, said more than 200 new applications came in today.


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