AR rejects sale of medical cannabis licenses for unopened stores

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Arkansas
regulators

nixed
the
sale

of
two
medical
marijuana
dispensary
licenses,
displeased
that
the
owners
didn’t
take
significant
efforts
toward
opening
the
operations.

The
Arkansas
Medical
Marijuana
Commission
unanimously
voted
to
reject
the
sale
of
Pine
Bluff
Agriceuticals
and
Arkansas
Patient
Services,
according
to
Arkansas
Business.

Commissioner
Travis
Story
argued
that
allowing
license
holders
to
sell
their
licenses
who
made
almost
no
progress
in
opening
their
stores
six
months
before
renewal
is
unfair
to
license
applications
who
almost
qualified.

“It’s
frustrating
when
it
seems
that
(some
dispensary
licensees)
haven’t
even
taken
the
first
step,”
Story
told
the
publication.

“To
sell
it
before
renewal,
it
raises
a
fundamental
fairness
issue.”

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