Alcohol, wage petitions short on names, get more time

Posted: July 19, 2014 at 2:54 a.m.

Backers of two statewide ballot measures will get 30 days to gather more signatures after election officials determined that neither group had enough valid signatures to make it to the ballot.

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Hart Irby, 10, of Conway stands outside the White House after Friday’s lunch with first lady Michelle Obama. He also got a surprise high-five from President Barack Obama.

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