Arkansas Senate takes on medical pot

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Arkansas Senate takes on medical pot, AG restates opinion that state is obligated to implement voter initiative

The Arkansas Senate on Monday (Mar. 6) overwhelmingly rejected a measure to ban the smoking of medical marijuana, but narrowly adopted a proposal to prevent Arkansas military personnel from registering as a patient or caregiver for a medical pot user.
The two measures were considered only a few hours before Attorney General Leslie Rutledge reaffirmed an earlier opinion that the state is obligated to create a fund to defray certain administrative and regulatory costs just as the lawmakers are faced with a mountain of legislation on how to implement the ballot item approved by Arkansas voters in November.
Source: TB&P

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