Yes, but only if you are a recognized and authorized medical marijuana patient in Arkansas. The Arkansas Medical Marijuana Amendment of 2016 (AMMA) makes medical cannabis smoking legal for qualified patients. Note that recreational cannabis is currently illegal in the state.
Smoking marijuana in public places, such as walkways, schools, highways, banks, restaurants, or parks, is prohibited in Arkansas. A public place includes any parts of buildings owned in part or whole or leased by the state or local unit of the Arkansas government. Arkansas law prohibits medical cannabis smoking:
No. Smoking medical cannabis is illegal in a vehicle in Arkansas. According to the AMMA of 2016, it is illegal to smoke marijuana inside a motor vehicle, aircraft, boat, or any vehicle drawn by power other than muscle power.
Per the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Amendment Act of 2016, you must be 21 or older to smoke marijuana as a medical marijuana patient in the state.
Medical cannabis may be smoked in private residences. However, note that while a landlord is not allowed to ban the use of non-smoking medical marijuana products, they may prohibit medical cannabis smoking on their property. Therefore, if you live in a rented unit, consult with your landlord to verify if medical marijuana may be smoked on the property.
Also, per the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Act of 2016, medical cannabis must not be smoked on any property under the control of the Arkansas National Guard or the United States military. Smoking cannabis on any federal property is prohibited.