Expert Gives Medical Marijuana Applicants Tips for Winning Business Licenses in Arkansas
Carp said the two biggest mistakes applicants make are forgetting to include a promise to provide “an uninterrupted supply” of cannabis and how to track the product from seed to sale, known as a chain of custody.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – No one has submitted applications to grow and sell medical marijuana in the Natural State ahead of the mid-September deadline.
Several of the groups vying for the state’s 32 dispensaries and five cultivation facilities said they’re waiting until the last minute to make sure they have everything they need.
“When it’s done, it’ll be filed,” said Mary Parker, an attorney for Tennessee-based Global Resource Operations (GRO). “It’s really exciting. I think what Arkansas did is just a fabulous program.”
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