On Friday the group working to place an abortion amendment on the 2024 ballot in Arkansas filed reports with the state Ethics Commission showing it has received $2,341 in donations.

Last month Arkansans for Limited Government asked Arkansas Attorney General Tim Griffin’s office to certify the popular name and ballot title of an amendment permanently enshrining abortion in the Arkansas Constitution.

The A.G.’s team rejected the amendment’s language, citing multiple ambiguities in the measure’s wording.

If approved, this amendment would write abortion into the Arkansas Constitution and erase decades of good, pro-life laws.

The amendment’s wording also could permit abortion in Arkansas through all nine months of pregnancy — including late term abortion and partial-birth abortion. Most Americans oppose these abortion procedures, but this amendment could give them constitutional protection in Arkansas.

The amendment also would prevent Arkansas law from requiring abortionists to have parental consent before performing an abortion on an underage girl. Parental consent laws for abortion help protect children from trafficking and exploitation. Repealing those laws puts underage girls at risk.

The proposed abortion amendment’s wording is available here.