Patients who registered for Arkansas’ medical marijuana program will see their cards become active next week, but dispensaries in the state likely won’t have the ability to sell MMJ to them until April at the soonest.
The active ID cards could potentially allow eager patients to travel to neighboring Oklahoma – which allows reciprocity for out-of-state cardholders – despite warnings against traveling across state lines with medical marijuana.
The cards become active Feb. 15. So far, roughly 7,000 patients have signed up for the state’s medical cannabis program.
More information about MMJ identification cards in Arkansas can be found here.