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Lawsuits challenge Arkansas’ medical cannabis licensing process

31 Oct Lawsuits challenge Arkansas’ medical cannabis licensing process

Some medical marijuana business license applicants in Arkansas have filed anonymous lawsuits charging that regulators wrongly rejected their applications and are seeking a temporary restraining order to force the state to keep their bids in the scoring pool. Such a TRO, if granted, would force the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission (AMMC) – the agency tasked with rejecting and approving applications – to “shut down” its work, an AMMC spokesman told the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. The suits – which are currently under seal because of the anonymous filings – allege that the commission notified the plaintiffs 10 days after ... Lawsuits challenge Arkansas’ medical cannabis licensing process is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs

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