November 27, 2023 (Little Rock, Ark.) – Today, Arkansas Citizens for Transparency submitted the
Arkansas Government Transparency Amendment to Arkansas Attorney General Tim Griffin for
approval for inclusion on the 2024 ballot.
A public Zoom meeting for the purpose of collecting feedback on the proposed Initiated Act will be
held on Wednesday, November 29 from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The Zoom link will be posted at the AR
Citizens for Transparency Facebook group an hour in advance of the meeting.
A cover letter, the ballot title and the full text of the proposed constitutional amendment is attached
to this release as an addendum. The the text of proposed initiated act can be found at this link to
read or download:
Those who wish to become involved in the Coalition may visit the group’s website at
ARCitizens4Transparency.org or via Facebook.
Members of the drafting committee include Sen. Clarke Tucker, Chairman; Nate Bell; David Couch;
Jennifer Waymack Standerfer; Robert Steinbuch; John E. Tull, III; and Ashley Kemp Wimberley.