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Bill delaying quick-draw advances

Posted: July 1, 2014 at 4:28 a.m.

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/STATON BREIDENTHAL --6/30/14-- Rep. Charlene Fite (right), R-Van Buren, sits on the House floor dressed in 1880's attire Monday afternoon as a special legislative session begins in the Old State House. The House chamber at the Capitol is currently being renovated.

The Arkansas Scholarship Lottery would be barred from deploying electronic monitor games until mid-March under a bill that cleared a legislative committee Monday night.

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