How We See It: Limits On Special Elections May Not Be Cure Public Needs

Posted: July 15, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

Every odd year, the Arkansas General Assembly convenes in Little Rock for a full-fledged legislative session. We don't mean it's odd because they do that, although one could make an argument. Perhaps "odd-numbered" year would be more accurate.

What’s The Point?

We’re leery of talk emanating from the Benton County Quorum Court that advocates placing limits on local governmental entities’ authority to call special elections.

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