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Issue 1 of 2024 - Allowing State Lottery Proceeds to Fund Vocational or Technical School Scholarships for Arkansans
A Constitutional Amendment to Provide that Lottery Proceeds May Be Used to Fund or
Provide Scholarships and Grants to Arkansas Citizens Enrolled in Vocational-Technical
Schools and Technical Institutes
An Amendment to the Arkansas Constitution to provide that lottery proceeds may be
used to fund or provide scholarships and grants to Arkansas citizens enrolled in vocational-technical
schools and technical institutes
Arkansas senators and representatives voted to place Issue 1 on the 2024 General Election Ballot. The Arkansas Constitution grants
the legislature the right to include up to three constitutional amendments on the
general election ballot.
Constitutional amendments currently require the approval of a majority of voters in
a statewide election. Election Day is Nov. 5, 2024.
Rep. Robin Lundstrum of Elm Springs and Sen. Jane Enlgland of North Little Rock
On Election Day, the ballot will show only the popular name and ballot title of this
Every proposal has more text to it that further describes the proposed law. Read the complete text of Issue 1, or HJR1006 as it was previously known, on the legislature's website.