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Co-Owner of Arkansas Medical Marijuana Growing Company Subject of Formal Inquiry

An owner of one of Arkansas' first medical marijuana growing companies provided conflicting information about his residency in his applications for cannabis licenses in Arkansas and Colorado, state investigators found.

Robert DeBin, who owns a 4.46 percent stake in a White Hall cultivation facility, Natural State Medicinals Cultivation, claimed that he'd been an Arkansas resident for the past seven years in a portion of Natural State Medicinals Cultivation's application for a growing permit that was notarized on July 31, 2017, according to an Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control Enforcement Division violation report.

However, DeBin also claimed five months earlier that he was a Colorado resident in an application for an occupational license in Colorado's marijuana program, the report said.

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