Arkansas Constitution of 1874 Amendment 98, § 15. Prohibited conduct for physicians

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A physician shall not:

(1) Accept, solicit, or offer any form of pecuniary remuneration from or to a dispensary or cultivation facility provided however, that this does not prohibit a physician who is also a qualifying patient from purchasing usable marijuana from a dispensary;

(2) Offer a discount or other thing of value to a qualifying patient who uses or agrees to use a particular dispensary;

(3) Examine a patient for purposes of diagnosing a qualifying medical condition at a dispensary;  or

(4) Hold an economic interest in a dispensary or cultivation facility if the physician certifies the qualifying medical condition of a patient for medical use of marijuana.

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