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Two new marijuana markets – AR and MA – encounter obstacles

19 Oct Two new marijuana markets – AR and MA – encounter obstacles

Arkansas’ medical marijuana program and Massachusetts’ adult-use industry have encountered stumbling blocks that could slow their full-fledged launches. According to Talk Business and Politics, the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission said it will need to push back the rollout of the program because of the time it will take to conduct FBI background checks for the 320 MMJ business applications it received. The Arkansas commission is working on processing applications for five cultivation licenses and 32 dispensaries, the bulk of which it received on or near the Sept. 18 deadline. No licenses will be approved until well after ... Two new marijuana markets – AR and MA – encounter obstacles is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs

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