AG: Company Accused Of Trying To Bribe Medical Marijuana Commission Member

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LITTLE ROCK (KFSM) — According to Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge, a company applying for a medical marijuana cultivation permit tried to bribe a member of the medical marijuana commission.

Rutledge said Natural State Agronomics offered a bribe to a commission member, according to our content partner KATV.

The commissioner said that he did not take the bribe, but did award Natural State Agronomics the second-highest score in the application process.

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