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Arkansas Gambling Proposal Still Up In The Air

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A professional poker player backing a ballot proposal that would let her control casinos in four Arkansas Counties has submitted new wording for the measure.This after the secretary of state cited an ambiguity in the original version. Nancy Todd has submitted the new proposal to Mark Martin’s office today. Martin has 15 days to rule on whether the new measure meets the test.

Todd faces a Wednesday August 22 deadline to submit 78,133 valid signatures of registered voters in order to qualify for the November ballot. She would like to operate casinos in four Arkansas counties, including Miller County in Southwest Arkansas.

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