Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission member James Miller said Wednesday that he plans to resign from the commission Tuesday to focus his time and energy on his family and career.
Miller, a lobbyist who was appointed to the panel by Senate President Pro Tempore Jonathan Dismang, has two years remaining in his term, but he said the time he’s had to devote to commission work has taken away from time with his newly adopted daughter.
Two other commissioners — Stephen Carroll and Dr. Carlos Roman — will leave the commission at the end of the year when their two-year terms expire. The commission has five members appointed by different officials.
Miller said he intended…