Re-examining New Avenues to the Arkansas Supreme Court

Re-examining New Avenues to the Arkansas Supreme Court
Denise Hoggard, president of the Arkansas Bar Association

The Arkansas Bar Association said last week that it isn't looking at another proposed state constitutional amendment creating a system in which state Supreme Court justices would be appointed rather than elected.
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