March 20, 2017 | Posted in Marijuana | By

Last week the Arkansas House voted to prohibit or regulate marijuana smoking throughout much of Arkansas.

The bill is H.B. 1400 by Rep. Robin Lundstrum (R-Elm Springs).

It now goes to the Arkansas Senate. Below is a breakdown of the vote on the bill.

Voted For The Bill (88 Representatives)

F. Allen E. Armstrong Ballinger Baltz Barker Beck
Bentley Blake Boyd Bragg Branscum Burch
Capp Cavenaugh Coleman Collins Cozart Dalby
Della Rosa Dotson D. Douglas C. Douglas Drown Eaves
Eubanks Farrer D. Ferguson K. Ferguson Fielding C. Fite
L. Fite V. Flowers Fortner Gates Gonzales M. Gray
M.J. Gray Hammer K. Hendren Hillman M. Hodges G. Hodges
Holcomb Hollowell House Jean Jett Johnson
Ladyman Leding Lemons Love Lowery Lundstrum
Lynch Maddox Magie A. Mayberry McCollum McElroy
G. McGill McNair D. Meeks S. Meeks Murdock Nicks
Payton Penzo Petty Pilkington Pitsch Richey
Richmond Rye Sabin Shepherd B. Smith Speaks
Sturch Sullivan Tucker Vaught Wardlaw Warren
Watson D. Whitaker J. Williams Wing

Did Not Vote (11 Representatives)

Brown Davis Deffenbaugh Gazaway Henderson Miller
Rushing Tosh Walker Womack Mr. Speaker

Voted “Present” (1 Representative)


Jerry is the founder and president of Family Council. He began Family Council in 1989 after a successful effort to amend the Arkansas Constitution to prevent the use of public funds for abortions. He and his wife reside in Little Rock. They have four sons.