Ark. Medical Pot Growers Want New Licensees Stopped

Law360 (July 16, 2020, 5:04 PM EDT) -- Arkansas' five licensed medical marijuana cultivators are suing the state's Medical Marijuana Commission after it awarded licenses to three more cultivation businesses, saying the licenses were awarded improperly.

In a lawsuit filed Wednesday in Carroll County Circuit Court, Osage Creek Cultivation, Delta Medical Cannabis Company, Bold Team, Natural State Medicinals Cultivation and Natural State Wellness Enterprises teamed up to ask a judge to block the entry of three more cultivators into the state's medical marijuana market.

The cultivators say the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission ignored its own rules when it awarded the three licenses and maxed out the number of cultivators allowed...

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