Gov. Mike Beebe said today he will support a ethics reform initiative if it qualifies for the Nov. 6 general election ballot. Supporters of the proposed Campaign Finance and Lobbying Reform Act of 2012 have until July 6 to gather 62,507 valid signatures of registered voters to qualify the measure for the ballot.
Beebe said he does not plan to campaign for the proposed initiated act, but that he will speak for it if asked.
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