Arkansas could join a number of other states this year with new marijuana business opportunities, if backers can get a possible medical cannabis ballot initiative past voters.
Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge approved on Wednesday the language and format of a proposed constitutional amendment that would legalize medical marijuana in the state. Supporters will now have to collect about 85,000 signatures to make the November ballot.
Rutledge had rejected the five previous MMJ proposals submitted to her, asserting in each case that their titles were too ambiguous. Earlier this month, Rutledge rejected a proposal that backers dubbed
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Arkansas AG Approves MMJ Measure for Signature Gathering
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