Griffin rejects ballot language proposals for second version of proposed FOIA constitutional amendment

Arkansas Attorney General Tim Griffin addresses the media during a February 17 news conference in Little Rock.(File Photo/Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Stephen Swofford)
Arkansas Attorney General Tim Griffin addresses the media during a February 17 news conference in Little Rock.(File Photo/Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Stephen Swofford)


Attorney General Tim Griffin on Monday rejected four proposals for ballot language for the Arkansas Citizens for Transparency Committee's second iteration of a proposed constitutional amendment aimed at strengthening the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act.

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