State representative seeks to modify Arkansas Medical Marijuana Amendment
LITTLE ROCK (KATV) —
A proposed bill could modify the definition of a "qualifying medical condition" within the "Arkansas Medical Marijuana Amendment of 2016."
Arkansas State Representative Douglas House recently introduced the bill.
If passed, the bill would eliminate glaucoma as a qualifying medical condition for medical marijuana, and add dozens of other qualifying conditions including asthma, attention deficit disorder, autism, and neurofibromatosis.
The proposed bill with a full list of qualifying medical conditions is attached below.