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More than 40,000 pounds of medical marijuana have been sold in Arkansas since the first dispensary opened in May 2019, according to the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission (AMMC). A dispensary in Bentonville has sold the most medical marijuana.

The 42,769 pounds sold is valued at $285 million, according to a press release from Scott Hardin, a spokesman for the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration, the parent agency of the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission. State taxes on the dispensary sales since May 2019 total just under $30 million. Most of the tax revenue is placed in the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences National Cancer Designation Trust Fund.

The AMMC has issued licenses for 38 dispensaries, with 32 dispensaries in operation and six working toward opening. There are 12 dispensaries that have reached at least 2,000 pounds in sales. The Arkansas Department of Health reports 74,779 active patient cards. Over the last 30 days, patients across the state spent an average of $880,000 each day on medical marijuana purchases, according to the AMMC.

The constitutional amendment legalizing medical marijuana for 17 qualifying conditions and creating a state medical marijuana commission, was approved by Arkansas voters 53% (585,030) to 47% (516,525)

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Neighborhood riled over intended use of former firehouse; appeal likely

By Jay Gamel

If use permits had to be approved by popular vote, this one probably wouldn’t have passed. But patience and determination paid off with a 5-0 vote in favor of the application by John Lobro and Samantha Smith to operate a medical marijuana dispensary and general marijuana retail sales store at the site of a former firehouse on the corner of Arnold Dr. and Madrone Rd., a fairly busy intersection in a rural part of Sonoma Valley.

Lobro and Smith are married and have two young children.

The Sonoma Valley Citizens Advisory Commission voted 5-4 against recommending the project in May of 2018, with the opposing commissioners strongly considering the neighborhood sentiment.

The mixed rural residential neighborhood contains dozens of single-family homes across Madrone Rd. from the project site, three apartment complexes on the same side of the street, and limited commercial lots on the corner surrounding the firehouse, including the adjacent Rancho Market on Madrone and an art gallery on Arnold, also next door.

“I’m not opposed to a dispensary, just not here,” Robert Duste said,

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A California dispensary is calling attention to the environmental impact of cannabis packaging waste with a campaign that encourages customers to help recycle some of the industry’s plastic into diesel fuel. And to thank the company’s clientele for its support, customers who bring in plastic packaging from cannabis products into Airfield Supply Co. of San Jose, California will get a special reward for their trouble.

The problem of plastic waste is not a new one, Airfield Supply Co. noted in a press release about the campaign, which was planned for the run-up to the 4/20 cannabis high holiday. Approximately 6.3 billion tons of plastic have been produced worldwide in the last 60 years, but only 9% of that total has been recycled. And each year, about 300 million pounds of cheap plastic waste is generated, with about 8 million pounds of it ending up in the world’s oceans.

Unfortunately, the legal cannabis industry has become a significant contributor to the problem of plastic packaging waste. Because of strict regulations governing how cannabis products must be packaged, many end up being marketed in much more plastic than is really necessary.

Child-resistant and tamper-evident packaging is mandatory in California but often that means brands use

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The Mint Dispensary plans to celebrate 4/20 in a big way, from April 16-20, at its Tempe, Mesa and Phoenix locations about three months after Arizona dispensaries received the green light to serve both medical cardholders and recreational customers ages 21 and up.

The retail locations will host socially distanced celebrations with free uninfused food, games and giveaways. In addition, from now until April 20, customers who visit any of the three retail locations will have the opportunity to enter to win a Ford Mustang GT, according to a release.

The three locations are:

17036 N. Cave Creek Road, Phoenix 85032; 5210 S. Priest Drive, Tempe 85283; and  330 E. Southern Ave., Mesa 85210.

At its north Phoenix location on April 20, the business will make a $2,500 donation to local breast cancer nonprofit Check for a Lump at noon and announce the winner of its Ford Mustang GT giveaway at 4:20 p.m.

In addition to the car giveaway, each retail location will have at least one giveaway every five minutes, with big prizes given away every 15 minutes. A host of vendors will also hand out free cannabis swag to customers, while employees distribute products inside, the

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So far this year, Illinois has seen $170 million in recreational sales, which is more than double the total for the first two months of 2020, according to the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, which oversees cannabis licenses.

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The first economic empowerment cannabis company to open in Worcester is moving forward with plans to open a second location right next to Fenway Park, Owner Ross Bradshaw said on Tuesday.

New Día first opened in Worcester on March 1 following years of planning, construction and navigating the licensing processes. If all goes well, Bradshaw said he hopes to have the second location, at 48-62 Brookline Ave., open by Fenway’s opening day in spring 2022. The shop will be located in the same building as the popular Cask ‘n Flagon sports bar, which, like other nearby businesses, fields customers both from Red Sox games and a myriad of colleges located within walking distance. A commuter rail stop is located across the street, as well.

New Día received its host community agreement from the City of Boston in November – the first step needed before companies can apply for licensure through the Cannabis Control Commission, the state’s cannabis regulatory body. In February, the city signed off on zoning requirements.

“I’m excited,” Bradshaw said, noting the Worcester operation has started off well.

“The overall feedback is [customers have] been looking for something like this, something that’s more personal,” he said of the

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Greenway note: Mint was awarded dispensary licenses in Missouri and will be opening a location at 150 Mid Rivers Mall Cir, St Peters, MO 63376

While its retail locations come alive on National Cannabis Day (April 20) with DJs spinning, and customers enjoying free food, giveaways, and the opportunity to win a Ford Mustang GT, the Mint Dispensary will mark 4/20 with an important milestone in its history – a name change to Mint Cannabis.

“As we have grown, we have become much more than a dispensary,” said Eivan Shahara, CEO of Brightroot Inc., the parent company of Mint Cannabis, a multi-state cannabis operator headquartered in Arizona. “Mint Cannabis better represents our vision and mission as we establish high-tech cultivation centers, introduce innovative products, enter new markets, and pioneer cutting-edge advancements in the industry, all while enhancing patient and adult-use access to high-quality cannabis.”

The Mint has introduced many first-to-market innovations, including opening the first cannabis kitchen of its kind in the U.S. It is also an up-and-comer on the national cannabis scene, having recently received the “Most Innovative Medical Cannabis Dispensary” designation from the international Commercial Cannabis Awards.

The Mint recently opened its third Arizona retail location in metropolitan

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The level of FOMO surrounding Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s weed brand, Houseplant, is very, very real. Since the announcement of the brand launching in Los Angeles through online orders on the website, countless stoners and fans of Rogen have decried that they can’t seem to get their hands on the new flower after waves of orders caused the weed company to sell out multiple times and crash the site.

When Ricky Manning of American Idol fame couldn’t snag an eighth, he tweeted to the recent GQ UK cover man. Rogen replied, “MUCH bigger drop coming.” 

And now we know what that drop is as today Houseplant announces it will be available in 17 dispensaries throughout California starting on April 15 — just in time for 4/20. 

The Houseplant team had been in conversation with cannabis stores throughout California for more than a year as they sought to partner with retailers that aligned with the flower brand’s vision and values. They ultimately partnered with eight retailers across 17 locations (listed below). 

Los Angeles | Sweet Flower DispensaryMelrose: 8163 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90046Westwood: 11705 Ventura

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