Arizona's Ban May Not Make it to the Ballot

Those working to amend the constitution in Arizona are having trouble getting enough signatures to put the issue on their November ballot. In order to get the ban on the ballot, supporters need more than 183,000 signatures of registered voters by July 6. It isn't reported how many signatures they have right now, but according to the interim president of the Center for Arizona Policy, " order to make the ballot we have a lot of work still to do."

In addition to Wisconsin, other states that look like they will have ban on their November ballot are Alabama, Idaho, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, and Virginia.



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