Last week Attorney General Leslie Rutledge rejected yet another ballot proposal legalizing recreational marijuana.
The A.G. rejected the measure due to ambiguities in its text.
The proposal would have made it legal for anyone 18 or older to grow, sell, or use marijuana.
By our count, this is the eleventh attempt to legalize recreational marijuana since May of this year.
So-called “medical marijuana” is just a stepping stone. The endgame for marijuana’s supporters is — and always has been — full legalization.
The Arkansas Lottery gave 18.6 cents of every dollar it made in September to college scholarships, according to a report released today.
Since July, the Lottery has made $122.6 million, but has paid out $22.3 million to scholarships — a little over 18% of its total revenue.
Since 2014, the Arkansas Lottery has spent roughly 18% – 19% of its revenue on scholarships. For perspective, the average state lottery allocates 30%.
Below is a breakdown of lottery revenue so far this year.
|Month||Gross Lottery Revenue||Paid to Scholarships||% Gross Revenue|