LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Editor's Note: The attached video refers to our audience's questions over medical marijuana sales tax.

Arkansas Marijuana Card has announced the grand opening of their Little Rock clinic, where physicians will specialize in providing evaluations to patients seeking treatment with medical cannabis. 

The opening of the Little Rock clinic is scheduled for March 18, coming just months after the opening of clinics in Fayetteville and Fort Smith.

All Arkansas Marijuana clinics are staffed with certified doctors that evaluate patients for eligibility for treatment with medical marijuana and issue recommendations to qualifying patients. 

Arkansas Marijuana Card has already scheduled appointments for more than 3,000 patients across the state, hundreds of whom are scheduled for the first weeks of operations in Little Rock.

Arkansas Marijuana Card is the sister company of Ohio Marijuana Card and Missouri Marijuana Card. Across Ohio and Missouri, the company currently operates 13 clinics and has assisted over 26,000 patients in registering for treatment with medical marijuana.

“We’re incredibly excited to be opening our Little Rock clinic later this month as we continue to pursue our mission of educating the public about the medicinal value of cannabis, while increasing patient access and affordability,” said Arkansas Marijuana Card President Connor Shore.

Shore continued, “During the month of March, we will be offering $50 off all evaluations at our Little Rock clinic. It is our hope that this reduced cost will allow patients to save some money so that they can more easily afford the medication they need.”

Patients that wish to book an appointment, or have questions about the process, can call 844-249-8714, or they can visit

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