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Arkansas highway panel votes to pursue ballot initiative that would raise up to $400 million annually

By Noel Oman

This article was published June 8, 2017 at 4:30 a.m.

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Arkansas Highway Commission Chairman Dick Trammel on Wednesday called the decision to pursue a ballot initiative “a step to have better highways in Arkansas.”

Arkansas Highway Commission member Philip Taldo (front) asks a question Wednesday along with fellow Commissioners Alec Farmer (center) and Robert Moor...


The Arkansas Highway Commission said Wednesday that it would pursue a ballot initiative for the 2018 general election that would raise up to $400 million annually for road construction.

Arkansas Highway Commission member Philip Taldo (front) asks a question Wednesday along with fellow Commissioners Alec Farmer (center) and Robert Moor...


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Print Headline: Panel decides on road funding Plan B; Commission votes to pursue ballot initiative for 2018 after bids for new taxes fail

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