Act to Increase Minimum Wage Falls Short on Signatures

Act to Increase Minimum Wage Falls Short on Signatures

The Secretary of State’s Office has notified the petition sponsor that they now have an additional 30 days to collect signatures to compensate for those signatures that were disqualified.
LITTLE ROCK, AR (News release)- Arkansas Secretary of State Mark Martin announces the petition submitted for the proposed Initiated Act to Increase the Arkansas Minimum Wage did not meet the number of verified signatures required to be placed on the November ballot.

The Secretary of State’s Office has notified the petition sponsor that they now have an additional 30 days to collect signatures to compensate for those signatures that were disqualified.

We have not yet gotten word on how many signatures the petition was short.
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