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Judge throws away Arkansas marijuana dispensary applicant’s lawsuit for bullying

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Federal judge in Arkansas He rejected several claims By an applicant for a medical marijuana dispensary, including harmful interference and racial discrimination during the state’s licensure evaluation process.

According to Law360, US District Judge James Moody Jr. has ruled that the harmful interference does not apply to the claim brought by Absolute Essence because it is still an applicant and does not have any proprietary or commercial rights.


The Absolute Essence lawsuit in February 2022 alleged that the company that hired government regulators to record the applications, the general consulting group holding company and subsidiary Veracious Solutions, It was discriminatory and chose no The limited number of state retail licenses for minority-owned business applications.

the The licensing process has stopped The result of a lawsuit that was filed in federal court last April.

That month, Boston-based Public Consulting Group moved to dismiss complaints against it because Absolute Essence did not exist until two years after

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