Arkansas Supreme Court to hear medical marijuana case

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The judge ruled the process violated the voter-approved constitutional amendment legalizing marijuana for certain medical conditions. (MGN Photo) LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — The Arkansas Supreme Court says it’ll hear oral arguments over a judge’s decision to prevent the state from licensing companies to grow medical marijuana. Justices on Monday agreed to hear arguments June 7 in the state’s appeal of Pulaski County Circuit Judge Wendell Griffen’s decision striking down the licensing process for medical marijuana cultivation facilities. Griffen ruled the process violated the voter-approved constitutional amendment legalizing marijuana for certain medical conditions. Griffen ruled in favor of an unsuccessful applicant for a cultivation license that had challenged the commission’s decision to issue permits to five businesses. Arkansas Supreme Court to hear medical marijuana case

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