COVID-19 originally put dent in their efforts to gather signatures
A group pushing to place a recreational marijuana amendment on the November ballot is breathing a sigh of relief following an Arkansas Supreme Court ruling allowing them to collect signatures electronically.
“People can go to our website, they can download the special signature page and then they can sign the petition and then they can mail it to us,” said Arkansans for Cannabis Reform Executive Director, Melissa Fults.
Fults said when the pandemic hit it put a dent on their efforts to gather signatures.
“We had just gotten money to hire paid canvassers like two weeks before all of this hit,” she said.
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