31 Oct Lawsuits challenge Arkansas’ medical cannabis licensing process
Posted at 13:45h in Applications, Arkansas, Arkansas Medical Cannabis Business & Marijuana Legal News, Briefs, Lawsuit, Licensing, MMJ Business Daily 0 CommentsSome 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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