Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission Releases Additional Cultivation and Dispensary Licenses
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Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission Releases Additional Cultivation and Dispensary Licenses

Regulators voted to license two additional cultivators and four additional dispensaries.

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July 1, 2020

After some debate, the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission voted June 30 to expand the number of licensed cultivators and dispensaries in the state, according to a Talk Business & Politics report.

In a 3-2 vote, regulators released the two remaining cultivation licenses, the news outlet reported, expanding the number of cultivators in the state from six to eight, although only three growers are operational at this time.

The two new cultivators, River Valley Relief and New Day Cultivation, will be located in Sebastian and Garland Counties, respectively, according to Talk Business & Politics.

In a 4-1 vote, the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission also approved the release of four additional dispensary licenses, the news outlet reported.

Regulators approved Natural Root Wellness in Fayetteville, Green Gross Cannabis in Highland, MissCo Cannabis Dispensary in Osceola and Native Green Wellness in Little Rock.

There are three dispensary licenses still available, Talk Business & Politics reported, but the applications don’t expire until January 2021.