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Revision as of 15:13, 10 June 2013

Amendment 1, also known as The Prohibition of Public Relations Funds, was a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment which appeared on the November 3, 1992 statewide ballot in Arkansas where it was approved. It became Amendment 70 of the Arkansas Constitution.

Election results

Term Limits Initiative
Approveda Yes 464,901 60.37%

Election results via: Arkansas Secretary of State.

Text of measure

The amendment states that no member of the General Assembly shall receive any other income for service in the General Assembly, whether in the form of salaries or expenses, including, but not limited to, public relations funds. Provided further, that no member of the General Assembly shall be entitled to per diem unless authorized by law, or to reimbursement for expenses or mileage unless authorized by law, documented, and reasonably related to their official duties. [1]

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