Published On: Thu, Oct 13th, 2016

Voters Can Decide Medical Marijuana Plan According To The Arkansas Supreme Court

Voters will have their say on at least one medical marijuana proposal this November, the Arkansas Supreme Court ruled Thursday.


Justices sided with supporters of a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow patients with certain medical conditions to purchase marijuana from dispensaries. A coalition of groups, including the state Chamber of Commerce and the Arkansas Farm Bureau, had asked the court to prevent officials from counting any votes for the measure.

“It is a flawed measure that hurts Arkansans,” said Jerry Cox, executive director of the Family Council Action Committee, which was one of the groups challenging the measure. Cox said he thinks the proposal will lead to legalized recreational marijuana in the state and that his will continue to campaign against the measure. read more at

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