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County officials weed out concerns over Natural State's medical marijuana facilities


County officials are weeding out their concerns over the Natural State's medical marijuana facilities as future growers and sellers continue to work on their applications.


By Jessi Turnure
Fox 16 News

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — County officials are weeding out their concerns over the Natural State's medical marijuana facilities as future growers and sellers continue to work on their applications.

During a seminar at the 49th annual conference of the Association of Arkansas Counties Thursday, officials from every corner of the state still had a hard time wrapping their minds around something voters passed back in November.

"Everybody in this room agreed to medical marijuana," St. Rep. Doug House, R-North Little Rock, told a standing room-only crowd.

"No," some said.

"Yes, you did," House replied. "In second grade, you decided if we had a vote, whatever got the most votes wins."

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