LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Supreme Court has unanimously rejected a challenge to a Nov. 4 ballot proposal, which if approved by voters will legalize alcohol sales in all 75 Arkansas counties without local government approval.
The state’s highest court denied a petition Oct. 16 from opponents of the proposed constitutional amendment, who had asked for it to be removed from the general ballot, the Arkansas News Bureau reported. The high court rejected arguments that supporters missed a deadline to submit signatures and that the ballot language did not sufficiently explain the proposal.
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