2022 has a lot in store for the cannabis industry.
Though Arkansas voters passed Amendment 98 in 2016, which legalized medical cannabis in the state, Arkansas’s health department still hasn’t issued any official medical cannabis cards to struggling residents.
The struggling Arkansas town of Cotton Plant hopes that medical marijuana will be a salvation’s wing after several fleeting industries left the town for dead.
Donna Terrell is an Emmy Award-winning news anchor FOX16 News in Little Rock, Ark. She is also part of a company seeking to grow medical marijuana.
Read all about the latest developments in the cannabis space in The Fresh Toast’s Marijuana Legislative Roundup for October 16.
The Department of Health has approved over 750 applications for medical marijuana registry identification cards that give residents the rights to cannabis.
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