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story.lead_photo.caption State Sen. Jon Woods (shown left), R-Springdale, and Rep. Warwick Sabin, D-Little Rock, sponsored the measure that’s now Amendment 94 to the Arkansas Constitution.

Nearly two weeks after voters approved a constitutional amendment barring state elected officials from accepting certain gifts from lobbyists, a lobbyist for the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville urged 33 lawmakers, who received free parking permits in October for football games, to consult their attorneys about the matter.

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State Sen. Jon Woods, R-Springdale, and Rep. Warwick Sabin (shown right), D-Little Rock, sponsored the measure that’s now Amendment 94 to the Arkansas Constitution.

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Print Headline: Schools rethinking gifts to lawmakers

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