Ark. — People wanting to use medical marijuana in the Natural State are still waiting, but there’s another sign of progress.
Arkansas state officials have approved a third cultivation facility.
That facility can now grow and bring in plants. The next step is inspections which are set to happen early next month.
Arkansas voters approved legalizing medical marijuana more than two years ago.
Missourians are also playing the waiting game when it comes to medical marijuana. Voters approved it back in November.
The Department of Health and Human Services is handling the rollout. The state is already accepting fees from those who want to open facilities.
Those forms will be available in June and applications for medical marijuana ID cards will be accepted in early July.